AM 4 AM improves mechanical properties of HiperAL aluminium alloy powder

May 1, 2024

AM 4 AM has improved the mechanical properties of its HiperAL aluminium alloy (Courtesy AM 4 AM)
AM 4 AM has improved the mechanical properties of its HiperAL aluminium alloy (Courtesy AM 4 AM)

AM 4 AM, a producer of advanced metal powders for Additive Manufacturing based in Foetz, Luxembourg, has announced further improvements in the mechanical properties of its HiperAL aluminium alloy.

HiperAL is a zirconium derivative of a 7000 series aluminium powder produced by AM 4 AM’s patented cold plasma treatment. The enhanced mechanical properties reached 525 MPa in yield strength and 550 MPa in UTS. The improvement is said to represent a breakthrough, resulting from extensive research and development collaboration with the company’s partner Pint, headquartered in Metz, France.

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“We are thrilled to unveil the enhanced mechanical properties of our HiperAL aluminium alloy,” stated Maxime Delmée, CEO at AM 4 AM. “This achievement underscores our unwavering dedication to innovation and continuous improvement. It is not one small step ahead in the quest of the aluminium with the highest mechanical properties, it represents for our customers a giant leap for economically viable applications of aluminium in AM. With HiperAL, we are empowering our customers to elevate the performance of their aluminium parts and reduce costs like never before.”

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