IN625 (Metal / Nickel-based alloys)

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Material

Vendor

EOS

Description

Nickel alloy with heat treatment
Heat and corrosion resistant nickel alloy with heat treatment corresponding to UNS N06625, AMS 5666F, AMS 5599G, W.Nr 2.4856, DIN NiCr22Mo9Nb. High tensile, creep and rupture strength. Useable for sea-water applications (high pitting and crevice corrosion resistance), stress-corrosion resistance against chloride-ions. However, corrosion resistance has not been verified yet - it is recommended to conduct relevant corrosion tests and studies.

Standards

UNS N06625, AMS 5666F, AMS 5599G, DIN NiCr22Mo9Nb, W.Nr 2.4856,

State of starting material

powder

Properties, applications and appearance

Field of application

Rapid Prototyping, Rapid Manufacturing, Rapid Tooling

Corrosion resistant


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Process

Manufacturing process

Laser Melting
Parts are built in a metal powder bed through a laser (or lasers) melting the metal powder layer-by-layer. Synonyms: Selective Laser Melting, SLM, Direct Metal Laser Sintering, DMLS, Laser Cusing

Physical, mechanical and thermal properties

Physical Properties

typical accuracy: 40 - 60 µm
typical accuracy: 0 +/-0.2 %
smallest wall thickness: 0.3 - 0.4 mm
surface roughness Ra: 4 - 6.5 µm

Mechanical Properties

ultimate tensile strenght: 1,040 +/-100 MPa
ultimate tensile strenght (y): 1,040 +/-100 MPa
ultimate tensile strenght (z): 930 +/-100 MPa
yield stress Rp 0.2%: 720 +/-100 MPa


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Data source: EOS

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