The equipment and materials are the basis for AM quality

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To ensure the desired part properties for your additively manufactured parts, we use EOS printers and market-leading, high-tech quality-controlled materials. We print with tested machine parameters, and the materials are always traceable.

Delva’s material portfolio for additive manufacturing

It is possible to considerably increase the advantages of additive manufacturing by optimising the material selection. Therefore we encourage you to be curious about the possibilities our material portfolio could bring to your solutions.

We offer you an extensive metal 3D printing material portfolio, and our team will be happy to advise you individually. With our technical and metal 3D expertise, we will support you in finding the suitable material that helps you to achieve your goals.

Stainless steel 316L

1.4404

Main Characteristics
  • High ductility and toughness
  • High strength
  • High corrosion resistance
Typical applications
  • Food industry  
  • Chemical industry  
  • Heat exchangers  
  • Enclosures  
  • Consumer products 

Inconel 718

2.4668

Main Characteristics
  •  Good tensile, fatigue, creep and
    rupture strength at temperatures up to 700 °C (1.290 °F)
  • Parts are easily precipitation
    hardened
  • Parts can be machined,
    spark-eroded, welded, micro
    shot-peened, polished and
    coated in both as-built and
    age-hardened states
Typical applications
  •  Components for demanding environments in the process industry  
  • Burners and gas turbine components  
  • High-temperature nozzles  
  • Heat exchangers, valves, pumps, etc. 

Inconel 939

Main Characteristics
  • Excellent mechanical properties
    Excellent corrosion and oxidation resistance
  • High tensile, fatigue, creep and
    rupture strength at temperatures up to 850 °C (1 560 °F)
  • Maintains good ductility in
    age-hardened condition
  • Crack-free in as-built condition and resistant to strain-age
    cracking
Typical applications
  • Gas turbine components 
  • Burners 
  • Turbos 
  • Demanding components for the process industry 
  • Thermal protectors 

Titanium

3.7164

Main Characteristics
  • Excellent strength-to-lightness ratio
  • Excellent corrosion resistance
  • Good fatigue resistance
Typical applications
  • Robotic grippers 
  • Light machine parts 
  • Competitive sports (motorsports, boats, etc.) 
  • Medical components 
  • Aviation components 

Aluminum

3.2381

Main Characteristics
  • Good strength, hardness and
    dynamic properties
  • High corrosion resistance
  • Good thermal and electrical
    conductivity
  • Properties can be modified
    with heat treatments
Typical applications
  • Heat exchangers 
  • Electrically conductive components 
  • Light yet hard structures 
  • Robotic tools, grippers 
  • Replacing casting 

Tool Steel MS1

1.2709

Main Characteristics
  • Very high strength and hardness
  • Properties adjustable with different heat treatment
  • Good machinability
Typical applications
  • Injection molds
  • Tools and equipment
  • Structural components requiring high strength
  • Components that require durability

Tool Steel MS2

1.2709

Main Characteristics
  • Ultra high strength and
    hardness
  • Properties adjustable with
    different heat treatment
  • Excellent fatigue strength
  • Good machinability
Typical applications
  • Injection moulds
  • Tools and equipment
  • Structural components requiring high tolerance

Copper

2.0040

Main Characteristics
  • Commercially pure copper (> 99.95% purity)
  • Excellent electrical and heat conductivity
  • Designed for an EOS M 290 with a 1kW laser which is the AMCM M 290 1kW sold by AMCM Gmb
Typical applications
  •  Electrical motors
  • Inductors
  • Variety of industry applications requiring excellent conductivity properties

Available upon request:

Inconel 625 Hastelloy X StainlessSteel CX Super-Duplex Casehardening steel

Didn’t find what you are looking for?

 

Do not hesitate to contact us to discuss further what material will optimise the performance of your components.

Markku Lindqvist

Markku Lindqvist

CTO

markku.lindqvist@delva.fi
+358 50 522 5016