Scheftner Starbond Easy Powder 30 Metal Powder for 3D Printing


CoCrW dental alloy powder for manufacturing in a laser melting proces

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Starbond Easy Powder 30

The user benefits from the same outstanding characteristics of our Starbond Easy dental alloy and can thus work in a proven system. Positive processing properties and the alloy components ensures maximum flexibility in ceramic selection and also guarantees excellent veneering.

  • Grain size of the alloy powder: +10/-30µm
  • Suitable for processing in the systems:
    Trumpf TruPrint 1000, LASERTEC 12 SLM, Arrow Metal Printer, EOS M 100, MLab cusing, M1 cusing, Mysint 100, Mysint100 RM, Mysint 100 Dual

Composition in percent by mass:

Co 61%
Cr 27.5%
W 8.5%
Si 1.6%
C,Fe,Mn <1%

Technical properties**:

Proof stress (Rp 0.2) 760MPa
Ultimate tensile strength 1090MPa
Elongation 15%
Elastic modulus 225GPa
Vickers hardness 425 HV 10
Density 8.5g/cm³
Melting range 1310-1410°C
CTE (20-500°C) 14.5 x 10⁻⁶K⁻¹
CTE (20-600°C) 14.7 x 10⁻⁶K⁻¹
Laser weldable Yes
Type (DIN EN ISO 22674) 5

Trade unit:

5000g Ref. 140730

Made in Germany

**Standard values; dependent on specific machine Settings. Determined after thermal treatment / Simulation of ceramic firing
Weight 11.25 lbs
Dimensions 3 × 3 × 8.5 in



For over three decades, S&S Scheftner GmbH has been a symbol of excellence in the production of high-quality dental products. Throughout this time, we have consistently showcased our commitment to providing outstanding service, technical support, and continuous innovations, solidifying our position as a trustworthy supplier and proficient partner. At present, S&S Scheftner offers an extensive range of non-noble dental alloys that adhere to all legal standards. These alloys, manufactured in Germany, are distributed to dental laboratories, milling centers, and OEM partners. They are compatible with various processing technologies, spanning conventional casting techniques, milling, and advanced additive manufacturing methods like 3D printing, including selective laser melting (SLM).
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