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    Fe 55,847

    Component Indicative value (%)

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    Ni 17,0 - 19,0

    Ti 0,80 - 1,20

    Co 8,50 - 10,0

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    CL 50WS Maraging steel

    Maraging steel 1.2709 (powder)

    With an appropriate approval* CL 50WS can be used for the production of tool inserts with conformal cooling in the area of injection moulding and die-casting as well as functional components.

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    HEAT TREATMENT MICROSTRUCTURE

    Heat up with 100°C/h up to 540°C. Maintain temperature for 6-10 hours. Allow the components to cool down in the oven with 100°C/h.

    Components made from hot-work steel CL 50WS display a homogeneous, dense structure after they are manufactured by means of the metal laser melting process LaserCUSING®.

    TECHNICAL DATA AFTER RECOMMENDED HEAT TREATMENT

    CL 50WS Maraging steel 1.2709

    With an appropriate approval* CL 50WS can be used for the production of tool inserts with conformal cooling in the area of injection moulding and die-casting as well as functional components.

    RANGE OF APPLICATION

    Test piece (x 100 magnification)

    MICROSECTION

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    90° (horizontal) 45° (polar angle) 0° (upright)

    Yield Strength Rp0,2 1 1814 ± 25 N/mm2 1864 ± 75 N/mm2 1778 ± 27 N/mm2

    Tensile Strength Rm 1 1882 ± 14 N/mm2 1969 ± 39 N/mm2 1880 ± 29 N/mm2

    Elongation A 1, 2 7 ± 1 % 5 ± 1 % 5 ± 1 %

    Young‘s Modulus 3 approx. 200 · 103 N/mm2 approx. 200 · 103 N/mm2 approx. 200 · 103 N/mm2

    Thermal Conductivity 3 approx. 20 W/mK approx. 20 W/mK approx. 20 W/mK

    Hardness 4 up to 52 HRC up to 52 HRC up to 52 HRC

    1 Tensile test at 20°C according to DIN EN 50125 2 By using a special heat treatment a higher elongation can be achieved. 3 Specification according to the material manufacturer’s data sheet. 4 Hardness test according to DIN EN ISO 6508