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BASF Ultrafuse 316L Metal 3D Printing Filament
BASF Ultrafuse 316L Metal 3D Printing Filament

BASF Ultrafuse 316L Metal 3D Printing Filament

BASF's 3D Printing Solutions team has created a metal 3D printing filament that can be debound and sintered, leaving your 3D printed part solid stainless steel metal. Ultrafuse 316L metal 3D printing filament can be printed on any desktop 3D printer. Using the right design parameters and print settings, along with a simple hardened steel nozzle upgrade, anyone from manufacturers and engineers to research students and hobbyists can successfully print with solid metal on their 3D printer. Designers, manufacturers, and engineers can prototype faster and create affordable one-off custom parts made out of stainless steel metal, saving both time and money when compared to traditional metal manufacturing methods. MatterHackers has streamlined the debinding and sintering process for your Ultrafuse 316L parts - simply print, send them to the Pros at DSH Technologies with your processing ticket, and have solid metal parts returned to your doorstep. 

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