High Purity 3D Metal Printing Cobalt Chromium Molybdenum CoCrMo Powder

Cobalt Chromium Molybdenum CoCrMo is an alloy of cobalt. Also known as Stellite, this alloy provides wear resistance and corrosion resistance for cobalt bases alloys.

About 3D Metal Printing Cobalt Chromium Molybdenum CoCrMo Powder: CoCrMo alloy (CoCrMo) is a kind of cobalt base alloy, is also commonly known as Stellite (Stellite) alloy, is a kind of wear resistance and corrosion resistance of cobalt base alloy.The original cobalt base alloy is a cobalt chromium binary alloy, later developed into a cobalt chromium tungsten ternary composition, and then later the development of cobalt chromium molybdenum alloy.Cobalt-chromium-molybdenum alloys are alloys with cobalt as the main component and contain a considerable amount of chromium, molybdenum, and a small amount of nickel, carbon, and occasionally iron. Cobalt and chromium are two basic elements of cobalt-based alloys while adding molybdenum can produce finer grains and higher strength after casting or forging.Cobalt-chrome-molybdenum alloys are basically divided into two categories: CoCrMo alloy and ConicrMo alloy;
1. CoCrMo alloys (often cast products) are in the first group. Their improved technology significantly improves their comprehensive mechanical characteristics.
2. ConicrMo alloys is the second type. These are hot-forged, precision machined and usually last for decades. Cast CoCrMo alloys have been widely used in dentistry over the past decades. Forging ConicrMo can be used to produce heavy joints that are strong enough to withstand high loads, such as those at your hips or knees. Lempotee is an trusted global 3D Printing Cobalt Molybdenum CoCrMo Powder . You can send us an inquiry regarding the current Cobalt Chromium Molybdenum CoCrMo powder pricing at any time.

Cobalt Chromium Molybdenum Features

Cobalt Chromium Molybdenum Application Process The powder can be used for powder metallurgy, laser/eletron-beam additive manufacturing (SLM/EBM), and spray coating. Welding is also possible.

Cobalt Chrome Molybdenum Can Be Used in Various Types of Metal 3D Printers: This powder can be used with various 3D printing systems, such as Renishaw (UK), EOSINT M Series in Germany and Concept Laser. Design and development of select laser melting equipment like Platinum, Huaying, etc.

How 3D metal printing Cobalt Chrome Molybdenum CoCrMo powder is produced?
The water atomization technique is the use medium frequency, induction furnace melting metals alloy. After a small melt leakage, it forms metal liquid columns. Next, it undergoes a shock, turning it into metal powder. Next, the powder separation device will run through it to separate the powder from the water. Radiofrequency (rfi) plasma spheroidization was used for the preparation of water atomized. The irregular cobalt-chromium molybdenum alloy powder was then processed by a number of processes, including plasma zone melting solidification. Finally, it is possible to obtain micron grade, spherical and high packing densities, radiofrequency (rfi) plasma separation system for water.

3D Printing Cobalt Molybdenum CoCrMo –
CoCrMo alloy is available in a variety of forms depending on its alloy composition. It can be made as welding wire, powdered for hard surfacing and thermal spraying.
CoCrMo alloys are especially susceptible to working hardening. They cannot therefore be produced in the same fashion as other metals. You can adjust the temperature of your mold to regulate the grain size. High temperatures may result in the formation of coarse grain, which can reduce strength. But it also causes the formation of larger and more distant carbides. This will affect the material’s brittleness.
CoNiCrMo, an alloy of cobalt and base that is promising in forging, was initially called MP35N. However, it has high resistance to corrosion, cold working can improve the alloy’s strength but can create significant difficulty in making large items such as the hip handles. Only hot forging is suitable.
CoNiCrMo alloy has excellent wear resistance properties in forging or casting CoCrMo alloy is also very cost-effective in terms of operations.
Cobalt-based alloys’ elastic modulus does not alter with their maximum tensile strength. It ranges between 220 and 234 GPa, but is greater than the other materials like stainless.
CoCrMo is an alloy powder that’s used primarily for the 3D printing biomedical materials like teeth, scaffolds for humans and artificial joints.

Cobalt Chromium Molybdenum Specifications (All types of granular metallic powders can be made to order.

Cobalt Chromium Molybdenum CoCrMo powder Storage:
CoCrMo Powder dispersion performance will be affected by the damp reunion. CoCrMo Pulverized should therefore be stored in vacuum bags and kept dry. Cobalt chromium molybdenum CoCrMo can’t be exposed to air. Additionally, cobalt chrome molybdenum CoCrMo must be kept away from stress.

Packing & Shipping of Cobalt Chromium Molybdenum CoCrMo powder:
Many types of packing are available depending on the amount cobalt-chromium molybdenum (CoCrMo) powder.
Vacuum packaging for Cobalt Chromium Molybdenum (CoCrMo) powder, 100g, 500g, 1kg/bag and 25kg/barrel.
Cobalt chrome molybdenum CoCrMo shipping: can be sent by sea, air or express as soon after payment receipt.

Cobalt Chromium Molybdenum Properties

Other Titles CoCrMo Super Alloy; Cobalt-Chromium-Molybdenum

105525-46-0
Compound Formula CoCrMo
Molecular Weight 206.9
Appearance Gray powder to black powder
Melting Point N/A
Boiling Point N/A
Density 8.4 g/cm3
Solubility of H2O N/A
Electrical Resistivity N/A
Poisson’s Rate 0.29
Tensile strength 780 to 1280 MPa(Ulitmate), 480-840 MPa [Yield]
Thermo Conductivity 13 W/m-K
Thermal Expansion 12 um*m -1 *K -1
Vickers Hardness N/A
Young’s Module Between 210 and 250 Gpa

Cobalt Chromium Molybdenum Health & Safety Information

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Hazard Statements N/A
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