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Amorphous Alloys in the Field of Mobility

The future of mobility is characterized by the successive use of technological progress. This is where amorphous alloys make their contribution by enabling weight savings through 3D printing (up to 20 % compared to equivalent steel components) and design possibilities due to their high strength (1.6 GPa tensile strength) and elasticity (up to 2 %). Components can be made thinner, more delicate or smaller without sacrificing stability. Due to their very good hardness (> 480 HV) as well as their good creep and excellent corrosion resistance, amorphous metals are equally suitable for resistant use under continuous load as well as under punctual impacts. Spring parts, hinges and damping applications can be consistently redesigned with amorphous metals. This also makes new forms of mobility possible. Whether creep-resistant rotor blades of drones, flight cabin supports or pressure sensors with high accuracy and low hysteresis, amorphous metals are already proving to be pioneering materials for tomorrow's mobility.

Advantages of Amorphous Metals:

  • Strength: High yield strength, corresponding fatigue strength and high hardness
  • Elasticity: High storage capacity of elastic energy
  • High magnetic permeability: Low coercive force
  • Precision: Tight tolerances and good repeatability range
  • Surface quality: Scratch-resistance, valuable surface feelings


  • Decorative elements
  • Electric motor parts
  • Gears and drive components
  • Haptic components
  • Mounting elements
  • Suspensions
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