Our Metal Materials

Discover our wide range of materials to see which is the best for your application.

Direct Metal Laser Sintering

Aluminium F357

This foundry-grade beryllium-free aluminium-silicon alloy has excellent weldability and is heat-treatable to T5, T6, and T7. It is a lightweight, corrosion-resistant, and highly dynamic load-bearing material. This alloy is an ideal choice for heat transfer applications in sectors like the defence and automotive industries.

Aluminium AlSi10Mg

A light structural alloy of lower density than other materials for 3D printing, it boasts excellent alloying properties, as well as high heat and electrical conductivity. Ready products in this alloy demonstrates a homogenous structure and virtually no porosity.

Copper C18150

C18150, comprised of 98.75% copper, 1% chromium, and 0.15% zirconium alloy, is notably used in the fabrication of rocket engines. While traditionally used for spot and seam, welding of cold and hot rolled steel, coated materials, current-carrying shafts, arms, and backup bars for resistance and arc welding, and electrical current-carrying structural parts, C18150 is significantly stronger than pure copper. The addition of zirconium to chromium copper improves its creep resistance at high operating temperatures, making C18150 an ideal choice for use in rocket combustion chambers.

Cobalt-chromium CoCrMo

Renowned for it’s exceptional corrosion resistance and biocompatibility, this alloy is often used in the manufacturing of dentures, prostheses, and hip or knee implants, due to it’s remarkable hardness.

Hastelloy C22

Comprising of chromium, molybdenum, tungsten, and iron, this alloy is resistant to seawater corrosion and has excellent weldability. It is resistant to both uniform and localised corrosion, as well as a variety of mixed industrial chemicals. Moreover, it demonstrates superior resistance to pitting, crevice attack, and stress corrosion cracking. This alloy is extensively utilised in corrosive environments with high chloride and high temperature conditions, such as flue-gas scrubbers, nuclear fuel reprocessing, sour gas handling, and pesticide production.


Copper/chromium/niobium alloy was developed by NASA specifically to additively manufacture parts in need of high-strength dispersion and high conductivity. Due to the use of chromium and niobium in the alloy, it retains strength at high temperatures, exhibits excellent creep resistance, and has a low cycle fatigue life. It is invaluable for rocket engine components such as fuel injector faces & combustion chamber linings with regenerative cooling. Valuable for rocket engine components such as fuel injector faces and combustion chamber linings with regenerative cooling.

Haynes 282

Introducing a wrought, gamma-prime strengthened superalloy engineered for high-temperature structural applications, such as those in the aerospace and industrial gas turbine engines. It possesses a unique combination of creep strength, thermal stability, weldability, and fabricability, which is not currently available in commercial alloys. It is ideal for high-temperature applications such as gas turbines and components in the power and process industries.

Haynes 214

Haynes 214 alloy (UNS N07214) is a nickel-chromium-aluminium-iron alloy, developed to provide the optimum high-temperature oxidation resistance for a wrought austenitic material, all while allowing for conventional forming and joining. Intended principally for use at temperatures of 955°C and above, Haynes 214 alloy exhibits resistance to oxidation that exceeds many conventional heat-resistant wrought alloys at these temperatures. This is attributed to the formation of a tightly adherent Al2O3-type protective oxide scale. This oxide scale also makes Haynes 214 ideal for use in high-temperature oxygen environments found in some rocket engines in the pre-burner and main combustion sections.

Inconel 718

A precipitation-hardenable nickel-based alloy known for having superb tensile strength under extreme pressure and heat. It has rupture strength at temperatures of up to 980°C and is characterised by its superb fatigue, creep, and corrosion resistance in extreme environments. It is ideal for applications in gas turbines and parts for the power and process industries, including aerospace, defense, and chemical sectors.

Inconel 625

A nickel-based superalloy that possesses high strength properties and resistance to elevated temperatures, Inconel 625 shows remarkable protection against corrosion and oxidation. Its ability to withstand high stress and a wide range of temperatures, both in and out of the water, as well as its resistance to corrosion while being exposed to highly acidic environments, sets it apart. It is an ideal choice for nuclear energy and marine applications.

Titanium 6Al-4V

An alpha-beta titanium alloy characterised by its strength-to-mass ratio and corrosion resistance. This strong yet lightweight alloy is well-suited for highly loaded structures, offering strength while minimising weight. It is often used in jet engines, gas turbines, pressure vessels and biomechanical components.


Made from scandium, aluminium, and magnesium alloy, Scalmalloy is the only additive manufacturing alloy that has been substituted for high-strength 7000-series aluminium. Known for its outstanding weldability and low thermal expansion properties, it is well-suited for anodising processes and boasts good corrosion resistance. This alloy is ideal for highly loaded, safety-critical parts exposed to high mechanical stress, where lightweight properties are required.

Stainless Steel AISI 316L

AISI 316L stainless steel alloy is the most common material for 3D printing. It is used for manufacturing various products with complex geometry, internal cavities and conforming cooling channels. Widely utilised across various industries, it addresses a variety of challenges with its corrosion resistance, high strength, and durability.

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