Find below our full powders portfolio, that was carefully developed and tested to seamlessly fit into the entire GE Additive ecosystem. Combined with our proven parameters, they competitively offer performance, quality and safety when used in our machine solutions. Click on each powder to find out more.
Powders reuse white paper
One of the hallmark characteristics of additive manufacturing is the ability to recover unused metal powder, sieve it and use it again on future applications. Significant efforts have been made by industry, academia and government research agencies to understand the effect of multiple uses of different powder alloys on the powder attributes, process and the properties of final parts.
The white paper Effective Powder Reuse Strategies from GE Additive explores the choice of powder-reuse strategies in the industry – which will drive cost, ease of implementation and quality – and provides insights on the basics and factors affecting a successful powder reuse study.
Ready to learn more about powder reuse? Download the white paper today.
Ideal for a wide range of high-performance applications in aerospace, automotive and biomedical. Titanium is well-known for being light alloys characterized by excellent mechanical properties and corrosion resistance combined with low specific weight and biocompatibility.
Nickel base alloys
Ideal alloys for high-stress, high-temperature aerospace, industrial manufacturing and oil & gas environments. Nickel chromium super-alloys like Inconel 718 and Inconel 625 produce strong, corrosion-resistant metal parts with excellent tensile, fatigue and creep.
Ideal for applications requiring good mechanical properties and low weight, often in aerospace and automotive industries. They possess high strength-to-weight ratios and demonstrate good resistance to metal fatigue and corrosion.
Ideal for spare parts, gears and tooling inserts across all industries.
Ideal for a wide range of applications in aerospace, medical and specifically dental restorations. Cobalt chrome’s material characteristics make it ideal for parts that often benefit from hot isostatic pressing (HIP), which combines high temperatures and pressures to induce a complex diffusion process that strengthens grain structures, producing fully dense metal parts.