KBM collaborates with an extensive global distribution network of leading additive manufacturing powder producers to fulfill all your metal powder needs, acting as your inventory bridge so you can keep your business operations running smoothly, knowing your materials are just days away. No need to go through the countless steps of ordering directly from manufacturers!
Solutions for Every Business
At KBM, everyone is welcome - whether you’re a small-scale business looking to order metal powder for sale or a large corporation in search of a reliable supply chain for their company’s additive manufacturing needs. With us, you can place lower minimum orders, ensuring there’s no unnecessary expense or mater ial waste.
Faster Lead Times
The traditional method of ordering directly from manufacturers is slow and tedious, but thanks to our unique distribution network, we offer exceptionally fast quoting and shipping on all our orders. It takes just a few clicks to place your order today. And you can expect your order to be shipped out within 24 to 48 hours.
Ordering metal powder for sale online doesn’t mean you’ll have to settle for less-than quality. As a metal powder company, KBM only brings you authentic products from the producers you know, love, and use already for your additive manufacturing needs. You get the same certified genuine product you would’ve received from the manufacturer, just faster. Order now!
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Metal Powder Used For?
Metal powder is used in Additive Manufacturing (AM), more specifically in 3D printing where a three dimensional object is printed layer by layer through methods such as Metal Injection Molding (MIM) and Powder Bed Fusion (PBF). Industries such as aerospace, automobile, and nuclear power utilize metal powder for manufacturing a range of intricate objects at high speeds with minimal wastage.
Which Are the Available Metal Powder for Sale?
You can find a wide range of metal powders with differing properties and microstructures to suit your varied production needs. Some of the most popular ones are aluminum, stainless steel, titanium, nickel alloys, cobalt-chrome, copper, and RocketPowder which is used by NASA in the production of rocket engine components.
Which Additive Manufacturing Processes Require Metal Powder?
Metal powders can be used with a number of additive manufacturing techniques, such as Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS), Selective Laser Melting (SLM), Electron Beam Melting (EBM), and Binder Jetting, all of which have its own advantages and disadvantages in terms of accuracy, speed, and the capacity to construct intricate designs.
Which Is the Best Metal Powder Company?
There are many excellent companies selling high-quality metal powder out there, but the best one for you will depend on your specific needs. For example, Indo-MIM is known for their state-of-the-art EIGA atomization process which yields metal powder of high purity with a consistent microstructure which is essential for error-free printing.