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NanoSteel | Date: 2016-09-20

Layer-by-layer construction of metallic alloys preferably via binder jetting followed by sintering and binder removal to form a porous metallic skeleton which then may be infiltrated with an infiltrant to provide a free-standing metallic part. The part indicates a volume loss of less than or equal to 200 mm^(3 )as measured by ASTM G65-10 Procedure A (2010) and an un-notched impact toughness of greater than or equal to 55 J according to ASTM E21-12 (2012).


Patent
NanoSteel | Date: 2016-11-02

The present disclosure is directed at alloys and method for layer-by-layer deposition of metallic alloys on a substrate to produce a metallic part. Applications for the metallic parts include pumps, pump parts, valves, molds, bearings, cutting tools, filters or screens.


Patent
NanoSteel | Date: 2017-02-21

This disclosure is directed at methods for mechanical property improvement in a metallic alloy that has undergone one or more mechanical property losses as a consequence of forming an edge, such as in the formation of an internal hole or an external edge. Methods are disclosed that provide the ability to improve mechanical properties of metallic alloys that have been formed with one or more edges placed in the metallic alloy by a variety of methods which may otherwise serve as a limiting factor for industrial applications.


Patent
NanoSteel | Date: 2017-03-22

The present disclosure is directed at alloys and method for layer-by-layer deposition of metallic alloys on a substrate. The resulting deposition provides for relatively high hardness metallic parts with associated wear resistance. Applications for the metallic parts include pumps, valves and/or bearings.


This disclosure deals with steel alloys containing mixed microconstituent structure that has the ability to provide ductility at tensile strength levels at or above 900 MPa. More specifically, the alloys contain Fe, B, Si and Mn and indicate tensile strengths of 900 MPa to 1820 MPa and elongations of 2.5% to 76.0%.


Patent
NanoSteel | Date: 2015-05-18

The present disclosure is directed at alloys and method for layer-by-layer deposition of metallic alloys on a substrate. The resulting deposition provides for relatively high hardness metallic parts with associated wear resistance. Applications for the metallic parts include pumps, valves and/or bearings.


Patent
NanoSteel | Date: 2015-02-06

The present disclosure is directed at metal alloys and methods of processing with application to slab casting methods and post-processing steps towards sheet production. The metals provide unique structure and exhibit advanced property combinations of high strength and/or high ductility.


Patent
NanoSteel | Date: 2016-02-03

Metallic alloys and methods for the preparation of free-standing metallic materials in a layerwise manner. The resulting layerwise construction provides a metallic skeleton of selected porosity which may be infiltrated with a second metal to provide a free-standing material that has a volume loss of less than or equal to 130 mm^(3 )as measured according to ASTM G65-04 (2010).


Patent
NanoSteel | Date: 2016-04-08

This disclosure is directed at methods for mechanical property improvement in a metallic alloy that has undergone one or more mechanical property losses as a consequence of shearing, such as in the formation of a sheared edge portion or a punched hole. Methods are disclosed that provide the ability to improve mechanical properties of metallic alloys that have been formed with one or more sheared edges which may otherwise serve as a limiting factor for industrial applications.


A method of forming an alloy composition including spinodal based glass matrix microconstituents. The method comprises melting an alloy composition comprising iron present in the range of 49 atomic percent (at %) to 65 at %, nickel present in the range of 10.0 at % to 16.5 at %, cobalt optionally present in the range of 0.1 at % to 12 at %, boron present in the range of 12.5 at % to 16.5 at %, silicon optionally present in the range of 0.1 at % to 8.0 at %, carbon optionally present in the range of 2 at % to 5 at %, chromium optionally present in the range of 2.5 at % to 13.35 at %, and niobium optionally present in the range of 1.5 at % to 2.5 at %, cooling the alloy composition at a rate of 10^(3 )K/s to 10^(6 )K/s.

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