The addition of MHA3300 powder will enable Aubert & Duval’s customers to extend the range of metal parts produced by additive manufacturing.
The addition of MHA3300 powder will enable Aubert & Duval’s customers to extend the range of metal parts produced by additive manufacturing.

Aubert & Duval and Mitsubishi Power have formed a new licensing partnership regarding the latter’s MHA3300 metal powder for additive manufacturing (AM).

Aubert & Duval says that it will now produce and distribute the powder, which reportedly has high creep and oxidation resistance and low cycle fatigue properties at temperatures up to 850°C.

‘The addition of MHA3300 powder to the company’s Pearl Micro powder portfolio will enable [Aubert & Duval’s] customers to extend the range of metal parts produced by additive manufacturing,’ a press release said.

This story uses material from Aubert & Duval, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.