Description & Applications of High-Entropy Alloys for 3D printing
High-entropy alloys (HEA) are alloys of five or more metals of equal or approximately equal amounts. Because high-entropy alloys may have many desirable properties, they have received considerable attention in materials science and engineering. Studies have found that the specific strength of some high-entropy alloys is much better than traditional alloys, and the fracture resistance, tensile strength, corrosion resistance, and oxidation resistance are better than traditional alloys.
Applications of High-Entropy Alloys for 3D printing
The powder film material can be used for laser/electron beam additive manufacturing (SLM/EBM), direct laser deposition (DLD), powder hot isostatic pressing (HIP), metal injection molding (MIM), etc.
Specifications of High-Entropy Alloys for 3D printing
Packing of High-Entropy Alloys for 3D printing
2.5kg, 5kg, 25kg or as required;
Plastic bottle/can, iron can