The variety of materials available for metal AM systems is continuously expanding. Common materials used are stainless steels, aluminium, nickel, cobalt-chrome and titanium alloys, with a number of machine manufacturers offering their own materials.

Belmont assists with the production of specialty materials that are designed with 3D printing processes in mind.

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    Nb is the only refractory element that can withstand high temperatures with density comparable to steel. This unique property has attracted space industry since space age. Recently this alloy is increasingly popuplar for AM industry for producing rocket engine parts.
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    Nominal Composition:
    • Nb Bal
    • Hf 10%
    • Ti 1%
    Technical Info:
    • Density 8.85 g/cc
    • High thermal conductivity
    • High mechanical strength and stability over a huge temperature range from cryogenic to ultrahigh temperatures
    • easily formable
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    High strength and High thermal conductivity makes it attaractive for resistance welding electrodes, Welding wheels. This alloys is also is being evaluated for AM fabricated engine liners for small liquid propelled engines, especially for second stage.
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    Nominal Composition:
    • Cu Bal
    • Cr 1
    • Nb 0.15
    Technical Info:
    • High strength
    • High thermal conductivity (80% IACS)
    • High oxidation resistance
  • Dispersion strengthened alloy. High temperature stability, strength and thermal conductivity makes it attractive material for combution chamber linings for liquid propulsion rocket engines. Increasingly in demand in additive manufacturing industry
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    Nominal Composition:
    • Cu Bal
    • Cr 6.5%
    • Nb 5.7%
    Technical Info:
    • High thermal Conductivity (87% IACS)
    • High strength
  • GRCop-42 is dispersion strengthened alloy. High temperature stability, strength and thermal conductivity makes it attractive material for combustion chamber linings for liquid propulsion rocket engines. Increasingly in demand in additive manufacturing industry
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    Nominal Composition:
    • Cu Bal
    • Cr 3.2%
    • Nb 2.8%
    Technical Info:
    • High Thermal Conductivity (90% IACS)
    • High Strength
  • High Pressure, High temperature Hydrogen based liquid rocket components, especially for additive manufacturing
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    • Waffle
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    Nominal Composition:
    • Fe Bal
    • Ni: 34%
    • Cr 15%
    • Co 3.3%
    • Ti 2.5%
    • Mo 2%
    • W 1.8%
    • V 0.3%
    • Al 0.3%
    Technical Info:
    • 39 HRC
    • Density: 8.09
    • Youngs Modulus: 204 Gpa
  • Scalmalloy is especially developed for AM industry, this high strength aluminum alloy exceeds the strength over the range of Aluminum alloys fabricated by AM. Used for fabricating AM components for aerospace and racing car industry.
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    • Waffle
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    Nominal Composition:
    • Al Bal
    • Mg 4%
    • Sc 0.7%
    • Mn 0.5%
    Technical Info:
    • Good weldability
    • High Strength
    • Low Density

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