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H.C. Starck Tungsten Powders launches starck2print brand

Offering tungsten metal powders and AM services

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H.C. Starck Tungsten Powders, a Masan High-Tech Materials Group subsidiary, has launched special tungsten powders and complementary innovation services for 3D printing under the trademark starck2print.

“We believe that the technology metal tungsten has considerable potential in 3D printing. Establishing our own brand underlines our expertise and ambitions in this innovative growth sector,” said CEO Hady Seyeda.

High flowability and optimized particle size distribution make the powders particularly suitable for additive manufacturing processes such as powder bed-based laser beam melting (LPBF) or selective electron beam melting.

H.C. Starck Tungsten Powders launches starck2print brand offering tungsten metal powders for PBF and EBM as well as AM services
H.C. Starck’s Tungsten powder.

Complementing existing products, H.C. Starck also offers to develop special blends for individual customers’ specific needs within the framework of application technology cooperations. The starck2print powders are produced by reducing tungsten oxides in a hydrogen atmosphere.

This particularly efficient process contributes to stable production quality at customers’ facilities thanks to the products’ consistently high purity. The company’s extensive recycling expertise also enables the creation of a closed loop within which the tungsten components are recovered from used 3D prints and reused as raw materials.

For over 100 years H.C. Starck Tungsten Powders, developed and produced high-quality powders from the refractory metal tungsten and its compounds. The company’s product portfolio ranges from tungstates to tungsten carbides in ultrafine to coarse grain sizes. All of them meet the strictest requirements for quality and performance.

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