BASF’s Ultrafuse 316L filament is a metal filament that is specifically designed to be debound and sintered, leaving your printed part nearly 100% solid 316 stainless steel. The best part about this material is that it can be printed on virtually any desktop 3D printer. To learn how to 3D print with metal filament, check out our article here or watch the video below.
Combining the processes of Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) and Metal Injection Molding (MIM), metal 3D printing on a desktop 3D printer is now even easier and more attainable for the average maker with BASF's Ultrafuse 316L Metal Filament! Use any FFF 3D printer like the BCN3D Sigmax R19, Ultimaker S5 or Pulse to produce metal-polymer parts that are industrially debound and sintered, leaving a final product that is nearly 100% solid 316L stainless steel. Print it. Ship it out to be debound and sintered. Receive a functional metal part ready to go. Investing in BASF's Ultrafuse 316L Metal Filament is the ideal convenience and economic choice for any 3D maker interested in advancing their prototypes to the next level through metal desktop 3D printing.
Interested in dabbling with industrial metal materials for your projects? Ultrafuse 316L Metal Filament is the solution for you. Made out of over 80% 316L stainless steel particles with a POM polymer (Polyoxymethylene) base, this metal-polymer filament is specifically engineered to provide fantastic reliable metal 3D printed results for industrial projects via FFF printing. Easily produce a functional metal prototype of your advanced projects starting right from your desktop 3D printer. What kind of projects can you dive into with BASF's Ultrafuse 316L Metal Filament?
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Makers substantially save producing metal prototypes via desktop 3D printing and materials like Ultrafuse 316L Metal Filament by BASF 3D Printing Solutions. Purchasing entry-level industrial machines and materials can be an expensive commitment for the general public which is why we're happy to introduce a more affordable option for anyone passionate about small scale industrial metal production. Take any FFF 3D printer with the appropriate components and upgrades, use affordable advanced specialty materials like Ultrafuse 316L, and ship out your newly 3D printed part to be debound, sintered, and quickly returned for the final functional metal product. With BASF's Ultrafuse 316L Metal Filament, you can do this for any number of projects you have in mind anytime with your desktop 3D printer that is easily within your budget.
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