FeCoNiCrAl High Entropy Alloy Powder for Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) - MSE Supplies LLC

MSE PRO FeCoNiCrAl High Entropy Alloy Powder for Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing)

  • £20800

MSE PRO™ FeCoNiCrAl High Entropy Alloy Powder for Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing)

High entropy alloys (HEAs) are defined as alloys that have at least five principal elements and the concentration of each element is between 5 and 35 at.%. Under the effects of a high mixing entropy and the accompanied sluggish cooperative diffusion, they easily yield the formation of simple solid-solution phases and nanostructures during solidification, rather than many binary and ternary intermetallic compounds or other complicated phases. Extensive research has been carried out on numerous HEAs, and many attractive properties have been achieved, such as high hardness and strength, high fatigue resistance and fracture toughness, high-temperature oxidation resistance, high corrosion resistance, unique electrical and magnetic properties. These promising properties offer many potential applications in various fields, such as tools, molds, dies, diffusion barriers, and soft magnetic films.

Many elements can be used to make HEAs. MSE Supplies provides three most commonly investigated HEAs powders as standard products: 

  • FeCoNiCrMo
  • FeCoNiCrMn
  • FeCoNiCrAl
  • FeCoNiCrTi
  • FeCoNiCr

For customized HEA powders with different components, please contact us.

Technical Data

Product Name FeCoNiCrAl High Entropy Alloy Powder

0-25um (D50 size) (MP0307)

15-53um (D50 size) (MP0308)

45-105um (D50 size) (MP0309)

Chemical Composition (wt.%)






Oxygen Content (ppm) 212
Nitrogen Content (ppm) 99
Minimum Order Quantity (kg) 1
Applicable Equipment Powder can be used in various types of metal 3D printers, including Renishaw from the UK, EOS (EOSINT M series) from Germany, Concept Laser, 3D systems from the United States and many other laser melting equipment.

Please contact us for  HEA powders with different component, concentration and particle size. 


1. "A fracture-resistant high-entropy alloy for cryogenic applications." Science 345, no. 6201 (2014): 1153-1158.

2. "Polymorphism in a high-entropy alloy." Nature communications 8, no. 1 (2017): 1-7.

3. "Nanoscale origins of the damage tolerance of the high-entropy alloy CrMnFeCoNi." Nature communications 6, no. 1 (2015): 1-6.