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Avesta 254SMO

Avesta 254SMO

Avesta 254SMO

Can this alloy be investment cast without a license required by Avesta. If a license is required, is there an equivalent ?

RE: Avesta 254SMO

I don't think it has a current patent. Why don't you go to the AvestaPolarit.com website and ask them. It's pretty interactive.

RE: Avesta 254SMO

Avesta is represented for marketing and technical questions in the U.S. by Technical Marketing Resources, in Pittsburgh.  Phone 412.369.0377.  Jim Fritz is a name there.  I have always found them very helpful.

RE: Avesta 254SMO

I'm inclined to agree with Mcguire. ASTM A351 features the cast version of 254SMO as CK3MCuN.


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