Heraeus AMLOY Technologies is a part of the Heraeus Group, located in Karlstein, Germany. In our business we are combining the unique properties of Amorphous Metals with our technological know-how to enable completely new high-tech applications. Heraeus AMLOY's near-net-shape process solutions, i.e. injection molding and 3D printing are ideally suited for industrial applications.
Amorphous Metals for High-Tech Applications
Heraeus AMLOY Technologies
AMS is now part of the Heraeus Group and strengthens the market for amorphous metals in cooperation with Heraeus AMLOY
To be able to offer even more possibilities to use amorphous metals in your products, Heraeus AMLOY combined their expertise and technology with Amorphous Metal Solutions (AMS) , who are also specialized in the manufacturing of amorphous components as well as the development of amorphous alloys. The near-net-shape process solution offered by AMS is ideally suited for industrial production of small and filigree components.
MedtecLive with T4M 20223
Tradeshows & Events
May 23, 2023 - May 25, 2023
As the central meeting place for the European medical technology scene, MedtecLive with T4M offers a platform for suppliers, users and customers of the medical technology industry. The international trade fair for medical technology thus networks all market participants in the industry and, in addition to an extensive program, also offers a customized digital service for exhibitors and visitors.
Visit us at MedtecLIVE with T4M 2023 in Nuremberg and discover the current and future developments and innovations in medical technology.
3D Printed Flexures and Compliant Systems
June 22, 2022
This case study takes a closer look at the potential of flexible and compliant systems in mechanical engineering and their technological advantage through the use of amorphous alloys in 3D printing, based on the machine element of a solid-state joint itself and the success story of the amorphous component on a TRUMPF machine.
With compliant systems, not only can hinges in the sense of rotating pairs be upgraded in performance compared to the classic rigid-body system, but also prismatic or translational motions or even screw arrangements and rotational motions can be replicated in compliant systems with suitably high-performance material.
Amorphous Alloys meet Sensor Components
Septmeber 14, 2021
In many areas of today's high-tech applications, conventional materials are reaching their performance limits. Especially in measuring systems, one of the biggest challenges is to find the optimal combination of accuracy, sensitivity and fatigue strength.
Discover how a new class of materials overcomes the limits of measurement technology