Ervin’s Amapowder metal powders now available in Europe

July 10, 2024

Amapowder 316L is suitable for metal Additive Manufacturing and Metal Injection Moulding, as well as Hot Isostatic Pressing and thermal spray (Courtesy Ervin Metal Powders)
Amapowder 316L is suitable for metal Additive Manufacturing and Metal Injection Moulding, as well as Hot Isostatic Pressing and thermal spray (Courtesy Ervin Metal Powders)

Ervin Metal Powders, headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, is now offering a range of Amapowder metal powders, suitable for Additive Manufacturing and Metal Injection Molding, to customers in Europe through its sales office in Berlin, Germany.

Ervin currently includes 304L, 316L and 17-4 PH stainless steel powders in the Amapowder range. The powders are produced using the company’s Rapid Solidification Rate (RSR) and Centrifugal Atomisation technology, reported to create fine-grained (nanometre-scale) and amorphous metals with uniform chemistry and a highly spherical shape. These characteristics are said to give the powders good flow and packing behaviours.

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“We are delighted to be able to offer this exciting new range of products and are already collaborating with several Additive Manufacturing companies to help them deliver better quality and value solutions to their customers,” stated Florian Götz, Innovation Director for Ervin Europe.

Using RSR atomisation, Ervin states that it has developed a wide variety of metal powders for many industries and applications. The company has been able to collaborate with a range of industries and research professionals to advance spherical metal powder technology.

Ervin also operates several centrifugal atomisation rigs that enable it to produce both small R&D powder batches and maintain the continuous production of powders at large scales.

Amapowder is suitable for a variety of production processes, including Laser Beam Powder Bed Fusion (PBF-LB), Binder Jetting (BJT), and Directed Energy Deposition (DED) Additive Manufacturing. It is also suited to Metal Injection Molding (MIM), thermal spraying and Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP).

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