Heraeus AMLOY

Amorphous Metals for High-Tech Applications

Heraeus AMLOY Technologies

Heraeus AMLOY

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.

Technical Article High Performance Grippers

Using the full Potential - Amorphous Metals for High Performance Grippers

September 20, 2023

Technical Article

Grippers find application in diverse industries and scenarios that involve the picking up, manipulation, and precise handling of objects or materials. Grippers have wide-ranging applications in fields such as robotics, food processing, pharmaceutical and medical technology, and aerospace. Depending on the specific industry, the material used in grippers must fulfill specific mechanical, environmental, and operational requirements to consistently deliver reliable and efficient gripping functionality.

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Booth Metal Japan 2022

Metal Japan

Tradeshows & Events

04th - 06th October 2923 in Toyko, Japan

The Highly-functional Material Week encompasses six trade shows dedicated to cutting-edge technologies, including films, plastics, metals, ceramics, compounds, and coatings. This event takes place twice a year in Osaka and Tokyo. One of the prominent exhibitions within this event is Metal Japan, the leading trade fair for high-functional materials. This tradeshow showcases a wide spectrum of metal materials, processing equipment, testing and analytical devices, as well as recycling technologies.

Visit us at Metal Japan 2023 in Tokyo and discover the wide range of benefits that amorphous components have to offer. We look forward to welcoming you at our booth.

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3D Printed Flexure, manufactured by Heraeus AMLOY
3D Printed Flexure, manufactured by Heraeus AMLOY

3D Printed Flexures and Compliant Systems

Case Study

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.

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Amorphous Alloys meet Sensor Components
Whitepaper Amorphous Alloys meet Sensor Components

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

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.