Inconel 625 Filament

Cycle between high or low temperatures, and Inconel will stand the test. Non-magnetic and highly ductile, Inconel 625 is perfect for a range of applications including as an alternative to casting and mold creation.

What is Inconel 625?

Inconel 625 is a superalloy highly resistant to corrosion and high temperatures.

When to print with Inconel 625?

Parts printed in Inconel 625 are significantly easier to produce than with traditional manufacturing methods, allowing you to easily create functional prototypes and end-use parts for harsh environments.

Industries that commonly use Inconel:

  • Aerospace
  • Chemical Processing
  • Marine
  • Power Processing

Considering aerospace and automotive industries, Inconel 625 stands up to high temperatures in corrosive environments. For chemical or power processing, Inconel 625 offers chemical resistance and high temperature properties. Considering marine seawater or offshore industries, Inconel 625 is corrosion resistant, stands up to high temperatures, and is not effected by rapid temperature changes.

Did you know?

  • You can wet sand parts without challenging machining.
  • You don’t need specialized safety equipment or a complicated process.
  • Using Inconel reduces lead times.
  • You can produce a near net shape without the hassle of a mold.
  • Inconel comes in at a competitive price point and is part of the Markforged Metal X Platform.
  • Castings can be expensive and time consuming with mold creation. Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) is expensive equipment and very specialized. Outsourcing makes for long lead times and expensive parts. Inconel offers an affordable, quicker alternative.