H C Starck Tungsten Powders has rebranded its special tungsten powders for 3D printing under a new trademark.

According to the company, the powders have high flowability and an improved particle size distribution, making them suitable for additive manufacturing (AM) processes such as powder bed-based laser beam melting (LPBF) or selective electron beam melting.

The starck2print powders are produced by reducing tungsten oxides in a hydrogen atmosphere.

"We believe that the technology metal tungsten has considerable potential in 3D printing,” said CEO Hady Seyeda.