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Al-Mg is a high-strength alloy with good heat treatment response for
structural parts. High level of mechanical properties is achieved along with the absence of expensive components in chemical composition. The parts or samples do not require solution treatment followed by quenching. Corrosion resistance of the alloy is similar to traditional 5XXX alloys. The alloy is a good substitute of aluminium wrought analogues for various applications.
Al-Si-Ni is an alloy with good processability via powder bed fusion (PBF) and increased working temperature. Alloy can be used both after annealing or standard T6 temper. T6 temper ensures the better strength performance. The alloy can be used as structural material for various applications (automotive, aerospace, etc) under the heating up to 250°С.
Al-Mg-Sc is a corrosion resistant alloy with improved performance in heat treated state. The parts or samples do not require solution treatment followed by quenching. High properties are achieved after conventional annealing. Sc concentration was adjusted so as to provide an optimal high tensile characteristics to price ratio. Parts can be machined, welded, polished, coated or treated otherwise like conventional Al-Mg products.
Al-Si-Cu is a novel alloy with high processability via powder bed fusion. The alloy can be used both after annealing or T6 temper. Heat treatment improves the elongation and decreases internal stresses which may cause distortion. T6 temper ensures better fatigue performance, with slightly lower strength. Building rates are equal or better than ones for AlSi10Mg alloy.
Al-Si-Cu powder can be used as the substitution of traditional casting and some wrought aluminium alloys with medium strength.
AlSi10Mg – is the basic aluminium alloy with good casting properties and performance during powder bed fusion. Alloy offers good strength and ductility after annealing. Properties are equal or superior to traditional casting Al-Si alloys. Printed parts can be treated in a similar manner as for casted parts.