Fehrmann ALLOYS – high-performance aluminum alloys of the future for the entire world of 3D printing. As innovation leader for the development and processing of aluminum alloys for additive manufacturing, we are constantly redefining the limits of what's technically possible in this segment.
Market launch 2019/2020: AlMgty – powder, reinvented!
Additively manufactured prototype and mass production in sand casting from the same alloy? With very similar mechanical properties? Impossible? Not for us! With our newly-developed high-performance aluminium alloy AlMgty.
Fehrmann ALLOYS – a merger of strong partners
Fehrmann ALLOYS, the joint venture between two partners with an international reputation: Fehrmann and CREMER.
Complete service for 3D printing: worldwide consulting, development, manufacture and supply of high-performance metal powders with customised properties.
Casting know-how since 1895, 40 years' experience with high-performance aluminum alloys
High-tech innovation centre for new alloys, especially for 3D printing
Germany's only foundry that produces its own aluminum alloys
Leading international supplier of corrosion-resistant safety components made of aluminum, e.g. reducers for LNG terminals, valve flaps for pipelines or sliding lids for pressure vessels
70 years' experience in international trade with raw materials and minerals
Always close to the customer with 67 subsidiaries and 30 sales offices all over the world – for individual consultation and fast delivery
Sales know-how about metal powders for 3D printing
Diversified business portfolio leads to all-round know-how and flexibility
Wherever the highest demands are made on ductility, stability and corrosion-resistance together with low weight, we use safety components made of high-performance aluminum developed by Fehrmann. For customers like Linde, Air Liquide, Shell, Total and other well-known companies, Fehrmann develops and adapts its own materials to suit the product properties that the client specifies. In early 2020 the shipbuilder Ziegelmayer, known for its Olympic sailing yachts, will be testing the suitability for competitive sport of a rudder mounting made from AlMgty by 3D printing.