IN718 Nickel Super Alloy Perfected with EIGA
This Inconel 718 nickel super alloy from KOS has been produced using the EIGA process for a powder that is highly spherical in shape and has minimal deformation for error-free 3D printing. This 15-53um variety is tailor-made for LPBF additive manufacturing.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Inconel 718 used for?
Due to its resistance to a wide range of extreme temperatures, the Inconel 718 material is used by design engineers for many fundamental industrial applications where high tensile strength is also a critical factor.
Which industries can use Inconel 718?
Industries that require components resistant to thermal shocks, oxidation, and stress breakage can use Inconel 718. For example, oil and gas, aviation, aerospace, nuclear energy, and cryogenic tankage industries.
Is Inconel 718 stronger than stainless steel?
Stainless steel is stronger than Inconel at lower temperatures, whereas Inconel is stronger than stainless steel at higher temperatures and more resistant to oxidation corrosion.