Metals materials

Metal 3D printing is used to produce complex and one-piece metal parts with geometries that are impossible to machine. An ideal technical solution for your complex metal parts.

A FULL RANGE OF MATERIALS FOR METAL ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

By combining two technologies—laser (DMLS®) and electron beam (EBM)—INITIAL provides you with a production capacity among the highest in Europe. Serving single-unit and series productions of complex parts. Learn more about our high-performance materials.

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Steel

We provide several types of steel: stainless steel, type PH1 or 316L or maraging steel type MS1. You can create your functional prototypes for the aeronautical and medical sectors.

Maraging steel is a tooling steel that can reach 55 HRC after heat treatment. Learn more about the technical properties and applications for these materials.

 

Steel

Titanium

The excellent mechanical properties of titanium make it a very sought-after material in the aeronautical industry. It is biocompatible and is particularly adapted to the medical sector, mainly for implants.

Learn more about the characteristics of titanium.

 

Titanium

Chrome/Cobalt

The advantages of type MP1 chrome/cobalt are numerous and this material is particularly adapted to functional prototypes.

Produce your small series, personalised products or even spare parts using this technical material. The CRC2 grade is also used to create dental prostheses. Learn more about these characteristics.

 

Chrome/Cobalt

Inconel®

The mechanical characteristics of Inconel® enable the production of parts for aeronautics. We provide Inconel® IN718, Inconel® IN625 and Hastalloy X.

Learn more about the technical properties and applications for these materials.

 

Inconel®

Aluminium

An excellent alternative to casting, aluminium is used to create parts with fine walls and complex geometry. Aluminium AlSi10Mg offers good strength and hardness thanks to the combination of silica/magnesium.

Learn more about the technical properties and applications for this material.

 

Aluminium