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DP2791 IN100 Alloy Powder (UNS N13100)

Catalog No. DP2791
Appearance Gray metallic powder
Grade Alloy Grade: K417(K17、M17) Related Grades: IN100

Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) provides IN100 Alloy Powder (UNS N13100) suitable for 3D Printing applications. As the additive manufacturing industry advances, so will our additive manufacturing powder product offerings.


IN100 Alloy  Powder Description

IN100 Alloy (UNS N13100) is a nickel-based precipitation hardenable, vacuum cast alloy possessing high rupture strength through 1900aluminum and titanium and the low refractory metal content make IN100 particularly attractive on a strength to density basis. The alloy has been successfully cast and utilized in a variety of shapes from turbine blades, vanes and nozzles to integral wheels.

Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) has over two decades of experience in the manufacture and sale of high-quality IN100 Alloy (UNS N13100) Powder.

IN100 Alloy Powder Specifications

Product Name IN100 Alloy (UNS N13100) Powder
Alloy Grade K417(K17、M17)
Related Grades IN100
Composition C 0.13-0.22
Cr 8.5-9.5
Co 14-16
Mo 2.5-3.5
Al 4.8-5.7
Ti 4.5-5.0
Fe 1.0 max
V 0.6-0.9B 0.012-0.022
Zr 0.05-0.09
Mn 0.5 max
Si 0.5 max
S 0.01 max
P 0.015 max
Ni Bal1
Size Grades -105+45micron


AMS Specification 5397

IN100 Alloy Powder Applications

Heat Treatment

Components made of IN100 Alloy Powder are given a protective coating to enhance corrosion resistance. This treatment generally includes a diffusion cycle at a temperature between 1800-2100 for 2-8 hours. In effect, this treatment provides the material with a partial solutioning. If the coating is to be diffused at 1900-1950, it is suggested that the material receive a preliminary high temperature solutioning at 2100-2150 An aging treatment at 1500-1600 is recommended after the coating cycle. This should provide material with a capability of maintaining a consistently high level of mechanical properties.


Although IN100 Alloy Powder is difficult to machine as compared to carbon and stainless steels, proper use of speeds, feeds, tools and procedures will produce satisfactory results.