InssTek publishes material database guide for Additive Manufacturing

September 8, 2022

The Material Database lays out extensive details on fifteen materials for 3D printing (Courtesy InssTek)
The Material Database lays out extensive details on fifteen materials for Additive Manufacturing (Courtesy InssTek)

InssTek, a metal Additive Manufacturing solutions provider based in Daejeon, South Korea, has released its Material Database, a guide covering the fifteen materials the company offers in its standard material lineup.

The Materials Database covers the following materials:

  • P20, P21 and H13
  • SS304L, SS304L, SS420J2, SDSS 2507
  • Ti6Al4V
  • Inconel 625, Inconel 718, Hastelloy 22, Invar 36
  • CoCr Mp1, Stellite 25
  • Al-bronze

After an introduction to each material, the guide identifies key features, applications, chemical composition, mechanical properties, powder specifications, roughness, microstructure, density and melting point.

The full book is available here.

www.insstek.com

The Material Database lays out extensive details on fifteen materials for Additive Manufacturing (Courtesy InssTek)

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