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Alloy preparation from irregular powder | Case study

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Alloy preparation from irregular powder

arcMELTER cold crucible was filled with irregular powder which was characterised by poor flowability causing pipe clogging in Direct Energy Deposition system. arcMELTER allowed us to prepare feedstock which work perfectly with our advanced grabbers during ultrasonic atomization process. This approach allowed us to transform the powder causing issues to a sphretical powder and by using the arcMELTER we additionally homogenized alloy with additional element to improve it thermal stability and the precipitation hardening effect. This advancement not only resolved the previous processing issues but also expanded the potential applications of the alloy, enabling the production of more advanced, high-performance components.

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JAKUB CIFTCI

APPLICATION ENGINEER

I am an application engineer focused on laser powder bed fusion development with alloys obtained via ultrasonic atomization. My role is to use knowledge gained from my PhD studies at Warsaw University of Technology to help other researchers in their projects with AMAZEMET solutions. Always ready for new challenges for concerning hard-to-print high temperature alloys and their atomization via rePOWDER.

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