ALTERNATIVE NAMES

Pernifer 36
Alloy 36
1.3912

Material Characteristics

The iron-based alloy with 36 % nickel has a very low coefficient of thermal expansion of up to 250 °C. In addition, the material Invar 36® has a high toughness and ductility. The low thermal expansion leads to a wide range of application possibilities, for example in the field of measuring instruments or in the optoelectronic industry. Thereby, the additive manufacturing technology enables added values through functional integration.

PropertiesUnitAs built 1)
Tensile Strength RmMpa 485 ±20
Yield Strength Rp0,2MPa 380 ±20
Elongation at Break A5% 33 ±5
Young‘s Modulus EGPa 140 ±10
Hardness HV 150 ±2


Chemical Composition

ElementMass Fraction [%]
FeBalance
Ni35.0 - 37.0
Cr≤ 0.50
Mn≤ 0.50
Si≤ 0.50
C≤ 0.10
Other each≤ 0.20
Other total≤ 0.50


  1. The specified material properties were determined at room temperature. They are multidimensionally dependent on many different machine and process parameters. Without further investigation, the material properties do not constitute a sufficient basis for component dimensioning.
  2. Specific heat treatment processes lead to optimized mechanical-technological properties to meet the component requirements.


Rosswag Engineering offers a holistic and fully integrated process chain for Additive Manufacturing services. Our portfolio ranges from manufacturing of your prototypes, tools and small serial products to an individual consulting and engineering process for the choice of material, parameters and process chain.

 
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