cobalt-based cemented carbide special powder for additive manufacturing made by Shanghai HY Industry Co., Ltd (HY-industry technical centre)
A few days ago, Shanghai HY Industry Co., Ltd recently launched the first cemented carbide powder Stellite 21 that meets the laser beam powder bed fusion (PBF-LB) additive manufacturing standard, continuing to expand its powder portfolio in the field of additive manufacturing.
Stellite21 alloy is known for its corrosion resistance and wear resistance, and has a long history of success in traditional manufacturing applications in the oil, gas, power generation and aerospace industries. Stellite21 powder enables customers to achieve similar wear resistance and corrosion resistance in additively manufactured parts. It is very suitable for flow control applications and can be integrated into complex designs to reduce cavitation, corrosion or corrosion failures.
According to reports, the composition of the new powder has a cobalt-chromium-molybdenum alloy matrix, which contains dispersed hard carbides, which can strengthen the alloy and increase the hardness, while reducing the ductility of the material. It also has excellent corrosion resistance and thermal and mechanical shock resistance.
Shanghai HY Industry Co., Ltd uses vacuum gas atomized powder production to provide cobalt, nickel and iron powder optimized for specific additive manufacturing processes. In addition to the new Stellite21 cobalt-based cemented carbide special powder, the business will recently be used for 17-4PH and 316L powders for PBF-LB equipment, and Inconel 718, Inconel 625, 316L, Hastelloy X, Inconel 713LC, Nimonic C263 and Ti6Al4V for SLM and EOS equipment. Of additive manufacturing powder products. Shanghai HY Industry Co., Ltd has also specially introduced KAC89 tungsten carbide and wear-resistant cobalt-chromium alloy Stellite6 powders for additive manufacturing.
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