Ultimate tensile strength
|Yield strentgh (N/mm²)||Hardness(HRC)||Young's modulus E at 20°C (102N/mm²)||Elongation at break(%)||Thermal conductivity at 20°C (W/mk)|
|Aging 490°||1.900||2.050||54||180||>2-3||20 ±1|
|Aging 540°||1.550||1.650||48||180||>2-3||20 ±1|
Hot-work steel: powder material for the production of functional parts and tool component for plastic injection and aluminum diecasting moulds. Mechanical and wear properties are similar to 1.2343 Baseplate materials: W720(1.2709), 1.2343.
|X3CrNiAl12.9||Aging 510°||c.a 1.600||ca. 1.700||48-50||ca. 140||ca. 2||ca. 14|
Hot work stainless steel: powder material for the production of tool components with high chrome content (12%) for food and medical packaging. Hardness and wear properties are similar to 1.2083.
Stainless steel used mailny for prototypes and functional parts.
|It is possible to build parts in different materials and keep the same mechanical properties of traditional parts.|
Maximum building envelope: 250x250x320mm
It is generally possible to do some surface treatment like PVD, nickel coating and traditional welding (tig, laser). The parts can be machined with any traditional technlogy like millign, turning and EDM processes.
|Mo||4.5 - 5.2|
|Ni||17.0 - 19.0|
|Ti||0.8 - 1.2|
|Typical achievable part accuracy||±50μm|
|Minimum wall thickness²||0.3 mm|
|Surface Roughness²||Ra 5μm - Rz 28μm|
1. Based on the most recent data available to Texer. All the figures have approximate values and could be susceptible to modification over time.
2. Minimum wall thickness depends on orientation, dimension and height of the wall. Please verify the feasibility of your part by sending us a 3D file.
3. The surface roughness data is valid for vertical and horizontal surfaces. Sloped geometriescould present different values due to the layer by layer construction.