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3D Printing in Cobalt Chrome Molybdenum (F75)

The cobalt-chromium-molybdenum alloy (CoCrMo) is a so called super alloy for high temperature applications. The chemical composition of this material includes Chromium (26.5-30%), Molybdenum (4.5-7%), Nickel, Iron, Silicon and...

Material name:
Cobalt Chrome Molybdenum (F75)
Manufacturer:
Oerlikon AM
Year Released:
Description:
The cobalt-chromium-molybdenum alloy (CoCrMo) is a so called super alloy for high temperature applications. The chemical composition of this material includes Chromium (26.5-30%), Molybdenum (4.5-7%), Nickel, Iron, Silicon and Manganese (<1%), Carbon (<0.16%) and Cobalt (balance)
Am Technology:
Powder bed fusion
Printing Technology:
Laser Beam Melting - Electron Beam Melting
Material properties
Modulus Of Elasticity:
125000 - 285000 MPa
Ultimate Tensile Strength:
1100 - 1200 MPa
Density:
8.3 - g/cm3
Elongation at Break:
6 - 12 %
Hardness:
HRC 31 -
Melting Point:
Operating Temperature:
Applications:
CoCrMo alloys are used, among other things, for highly stressed components, such as components for aircraft engines and components for engine construction

The presented values are provided by the material manufacturers and are only indicative. Realized material properties may differ from these value for several reasons. Beamler does not guarantee the correctness of this information in any way.

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