|Appearance||Gray metallic powder|
|Grade||Alloy Grade: FGH 4095 Related Grades: Rene 95|
Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) provides Rene 95 Alloy Powder suitable for 3D Printing applications. As the additive manufacturing industry advances, so will our additive manufacturing powder product offerings.
Rene 95 Alloy is one of the nickel-based high-temperature, high-strength alloys that is age-hardenable by heat treatment. It is one of the strongest alloys in this alloy category that can withstand a temperature of 1400℉. Rene 95 is used in the gas turbine for hot section components.
Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) is a global supplier of high-quality Rene 95 Alloy Powder, who has over two decades of experience in the manufacture and sale of the Rene 95 Alloy products.
|Product Name||Rene 95 Alloy Powder|
|Alloy Grade||FGH 4095|
|Related Grades||Rene 95|
Ni BalNb 3.3-3.7
Standard tooling methods can be used for Rene 95 Alloy Powder. Soft die materials and heavy-duty lubricants are recommended during the cold working process for this alloy in order to minimize galling and obtain good results.
Rene 95 Alloy Powder can be welded by the commonly used welding techniques, and an equally corresponding alloy filler metal should be used during the welding process. The welding methods recommended for this alloy include submerged-arc welding, gas-tungsten-arc welding, gas metal-arc welding and shielded metal-arc welding.
Rene 95 Alloy Powder can be formed by the standard forming techniques. This alloy has good ductility but requires powerful equipment during the forming process because of its higher strength levels in comparison to regular steel.
Rene 95 Alloy Powder can be machined by conventional machining methods. This alloy possesses higher strength, gumminess and work-hardening qualities while being machined. Usage of water-based coolants is preferred for milling, turning or grinding. Usage of heavy lubricants is preferred for boring, drilling, broaching or tapping operations. Work-hardening of the alloy before the cutting process and chatter can be minimized by using tooling and a heavy duty machining equipment.