ICD Applied Technologies adds range of metal powders for Additive Manufacturing

June 16, 2021

ICD Applied Technologies now offers a range of metal powders (Courtesy ICD Applied Technologies)

Having recently entered the Additive Manufacturing and net shape manufacturing sector, ICD Applied Technologies Ltd, a subsidiary of ICD Group, located in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, UK, has added a range of metal powders to its offering.

As part of the company’s ongoing development of processes centred around near net shape manufacturing, ICD Applied Technologies has begun to offer a range of metal powders to not only support its own development, but also the wider AM market.

Current powder capability and stocks include IN718, IN625, CoCr, steel and titanium grades, along with a wide range of pure metal powders. Many of the grades are available for immediate delivery, with multiple particle size distributions offered in quantities to suit customer requirements.

Mathew Marsh, Commercial Director at ICD Applied Technologies, stated, “We are in a very unique position by utilising ICD Alloy & Metals and ICD Europe’s access to premium metal supply chains to support powder production, ICD Applied Technologies can supply and support many grades of high-quality metal powder cost effectively and in a very flexible manner.”


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