LPW Technology Ltd, which makes metal powders for Additive Manufacturing (AM), has published a new case study on maraging steel.

‘A metal powder can not only move out of, but can also vary within, specification,’ says Dr Rob Deffley, research and development manager.  ‘In this particular case study, we follow the analysis of batches of M300 maraging steel as our highly skilled applications engineers identify the issues that led to a problem with the final mechanical properties of a built part.  We also explore the solution they designed to resolve the problem.’

‘Maraging Steel: The effects of alloy chemistry on processability’ can be found in the LPW website.

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