Constellium

Fine Aluminum Powder for Additive Manufacturing

Optimized Constellium Aluminum Powder Solutions

With the development and manufacturing of high-performance aluminum products, Constellium has established itself as a global leader in the sector. The brand serves the needs of advanced industries such as automotive and aerospace with its Aheadd® series of aluminum powder, which has also been approved for Formula 1 use in the 2024 season. Their fine aluminum powder exhibits remarkable properties such as high strength and thermal stability, and is one of the reasons why they’re now at the forefront of innovation in the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry. Order authentic Constellium aluminum products at KBM below.

  • $163 per kg
    Aheadd® CP1 20/63

    Aheadd® CP1 20/63

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Quality Aluminum Powder for 3D Printing

Constellium’s Aheadd® series of aluminum powder has been specifically designed for the Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF) additive manufacturing process which allows the production of complex parts that are unachievable or hard to produce through traditional metalwork. This allows for faster, more flexible, and more cost-effective production of custom parts.

Cutting-Edge Solutions for Manufacturers

Constellium aluminum powder range Aheadd® has been optimized to meet current manufacturing needs as well as open up new design possibilities. These fine aluminum powder display exceptional strength, unmatched thermal stability, and good corrosion resistance, and require simple post-processing, making them an ideal choice for businesses with needs like on-demand spare parts and rapid prototyping.

Certified Quality with Lightning-Fast Shipping

Ordering your additive manufacturing materials from KBM’s e-commerce sales channel allows businesses big and small to skip the hoops of ordering directly from the metal powder producer while also enjoying lightning-fast shipping and certified quality. We keep all our metal powder products, including Constellium aluminum, in stock and ready to be shipped out to you within 1-2 days so your production remains uninterrupted.

Versatile Solutions for Diverse Industries

Whether you need powder such as stainless steel, aluminum, and nickel alloy, or materials for AM processes such as Laser Bed 3D Printing and Metal Injection Molding, KBM has a wide variety to choose from from the most reputed brands in the industry. Manufacturers across industries trust KBM to streamline their production with timely supply. Create an account with us now to experience why.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the advantages of Constellium aluminum?

Constellium powder has been selectively optimized for higher Laser Powder Bed Fusion productivity and simpler post processing. They demonstrate higher strength, thermal stability, and corrosion resistance compared to standard powder. Aheadd® CP1 is ideal for applications where high conductivity and increased productivity is required, whereas Aheadd® HT1 is the perfect solution for components that require high temperature resistance and strength.

How do you make fine aluminum powder?

Aluminum powder is produced through a process known as gas atomization where molten aluminum is atomized into small droplets using a high-pressure gas and then solidified. This yields a fine powder with even consistency and microstructure.

Which industries can use Constellium aluminum?

Aluminum from Constellium has high strength-to-weight ratio and good corrosion resistance, which is why it’s preferred by industries such as automotive, aviation, and aerospace where components have to be lightweight yet strong to increase fuel efficiency. Aluminum is also biocompatible, making it suitable for medical applications. Some other industries that use aluminum are tooling and fixtures, energy, prototyping, and consumer goods.

Is aluminum powder pure aluminum?


Metal powder like aluminum that are produced through gas atomization are typically of high purity with minimal satellites and consistent microstructure. But even then the powder may contain trace amounts of impurities or alloying elements, depending on the source material and production conditions.