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In fact, in essence, nickel-based alloys are also a kind of stainless steel. They are just special stainless steels. The chemical composition is also different from ordinary stainless steel.…

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Characteristics and Application of 3D Metal Printing Powder Inconel625 Powder

Inconel625 is an alloy grade with a density of 8.4 g/cm3 and melting point of 1290-1350 degree.…

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