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Year 2020 checklist: successful atomization of gold

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Year 2020 checklist: successful atomization of gold

New year comes with new opportunities and energy for further development. Our recent work with rePowder provided us with very promising results – we developed a solution that is able to atomize various alloys.

We started the new decade with another small success — rare 15k alloy gold atomization. Our team managed to atomize the small jewellery material in order to obtain the sample of powder, which you can see in the picture.

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The final sample with Au alloy.
This is why I need to hide my jewellery. Otherwise, I will receive it back as a gold powder. ~ Anna

We checked also the particle size distribution and chemical composition of the alloy. Over 60% yield was less than 100 µm and no contamination was visible in the atomized powder. Fine particles can be used for metal 3D-printing as well as for other powder metallurgy applications, while higher chemical purity makes rePowder tool perfect for R&D in precious metal field.

We checked also the particle size distribution and chemical composition of the alloy. Over 60% yield was less than 100 µm and no contamination was visible in the atomized powder. Fine particles can be used for metal 3D-printing as well as for other powder metallurgy applications, while higher chemical purity makes rePowder tool perfect for R&D in precious metal field.

Graphics — before & after

The earrings sacrificed for the process.
And the results of successful atomization!
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Metal Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing 101
Additive Manufacturing is a process of creating objects by adding material layer by layer, in contrast to traditional subtractive methods that remove material from a solid block. Metal Additive Manufacturing specifically involves the use of hard-to-machine metals to produce parts and components using bottom-up approach. This method allows for greater design flexibility, material efficiency, and the production of complex geometries that would be impossible or extremely difficult with conventional manufacturing techniques.
Metal Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing 101
Additive Manufacturing is a process of creating objects by adding material layer by layer, in contrast to traditional subtractive methods that remove material from a solid block. Metal Additive Manufacturing specifically involves the use of hard-to-machine metals to produce parts and components using bottom-up approach. This method allows for greater design flexibility, material efficiency, and the production of complex geometries that would be impossible or extremely difficult with conventional manufacturing techniques.

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