HANNOVER MESSE 2019,
01 - 05 April
iPowder® stands for unique green part and as sintered chemical and mechanical properties.Due to the special process water, grain boundaries, and H2 corrosion will be significantly reduced.Further properties:- better sinter surface roughness- higher sinter density- better feedstock flowability- adjustable sintering shrinkage (catalystic and solvent binder systems)- specially treated powder surface: sintered part surface could be free of dark spots or lines- sintered parts could have higher physical properties- increase of rheologic properties- reduced oxygen content (usu. 2.000 - 3.000 ppm, 500 - 800 ppm on request)
Materials: S235, S355, fine grained steel, aluminium, et al.
Extended aptitude certificate according to DIN 18800-7 part E (steel), DIN 4113-3.
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Casting your ideas:
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