316L austenitic stainless-steel features a low carbon content of below 0.03%. Parts printed with this material display excellent corrosion resistance, high ductility and are non-magnetic. These properties allow applications in sectors requiring highest chemical inertness, for example the food, the medical, and the chemical industry.
17-4PH martensitic precipitation-hardening stainless steel is characterized by a good combination of corrosion resistance and mechanical properties. Additionally, parts made of this material are magnetizable and thus suited for applications requiring magnetic properties. Typical fields of application include the surgical and aircraft industries.
Copper is commonly used in various applications for its excellent electrical and thermal conductivity. In combination with the high precision of the LMM process, miniaturized complex conductive paths as well as structures for thermal management applications are feasible. Applications include heat sinks, computer processor chips, and sensors.
Ti-6Al-4V is a titanium alloy with exceptional corrosion resistance and strength-to-density ratio. These properties allow the production of light-weight design parts fit for use in biomedical applications due to high biocompatibility. Common applications include dental implants and other medical devices, as well as luxury goods.
Incus uses highly stable binders to make end-use parts with perfect surface and strength. The material flexibility enables new innovative applications. Together with industry-leading partners, we are continuously working on improving the binder system according to the needs of our clients and tailoring it to individual applications.
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