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3D Systems verifies performance of NASA’s new GRX-810 superalloy

3D Systems has announced the successful verification of the properties of GRX-810, a new superalloy produced by NASA using the laser powder bed fusion process.

This revolutionary oxide dispersion strengthened alloy is ideal for aerospace applications and exhibits exceptional mechanical properties and resistance to extreme temperatures.

GRX-810 offers an unparalleled combination of strength, ductility, creep and heat resistance through the mechanism of oxide dispersion strengthening. These properties make the alloy an ideal candidate for future use in critical components such as rocket engines, turbine blades and exhaust nozzle components.

3D Systems has successfully processed and tested the mechanical properties of GRX-810 at high temperatures using its Direct Metal Printing (DMP) platform. This verification of properties represents an important milestone as it demonstrates the material’s performance at different equipment and processing parameters.

“The successful verification of the reported NASA GRX-810 properties is a testament to the incredible potential of this new super alloy, not only in its performance but in its capability to be produced repeatably,” said Dr. Michael Shepard, vice president, aerospace & defense segment, 3D Systems. “Our work with this material provided by NASA underscores our commitment to pushing the boundaries of additive manufacturing and enabling the production of next-generation aerospace components. We are thrilled to be part of the early stages of this exciting development and look forward to unlocking new possibilities with GRX-810.”

Find out more about 3D Systems at 3dsystems.com.

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