developed for easy printing with the usual FFF 3D printers.
Ultrafuse 316L is an innovative filament for the production of 316L quality
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combines great design freedom with a low cost of ownership.
The 3D printed parts get their final properties, such as the
hardness and strength, through a debinding and sintering process developed by BASF, dat
has emerged as the industry standard. Like a filament, Ultrafuse
316 L 80% stainless steel and it has a polymer content of 20%, this is
It's easy to 3D print with many open FFF desktop 3D printers.
applications for Ultrafuse 316L:
- Serial production.
This metal filament
works with any open FFF printer for low hardware investment
a highly efficient and well-established post-processing technology used in
the Metal Injection Molding (MIM) industry. Since this is a filament
material handling much safer and very simple. This makes an easy one
material exchange possible compared to fine metal powders
Advantages of Ultrafuse
- It's about it
generally 1.4 to 2 times cheaper than most metal powders, with less
investments in hardware.
- There is a significant one
cost advantage for small and medium components.
- The total
production costs decrease significantly when larger batches are made.
manufacturing allows you to make completely stainless steel parts with high
degree of complexity.
BASF Ultrafuse 316L documents
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BASF research opportunities with experience in industrial applications
provide customers with a one-stop shop for all additive manufacturing technologies.
- Metal-polymer composite.
- No unbound metal particles.
- Affordable and Simple.
- Patent-pending filament morphology for printability
Ultrafuse 316L has the following properties:
- Manufactures 316L stainless steel parts
strength of 561 MPa
strenth or 251 MPa
- Vickers hardness
or 128 HV10
at break of 53%
Ultrafuse 316L can be printed with the Ultimaker S5
Pro bundle, Ultimaker S5 and Ultimaker S3. Besides the Ultimaker 3D printers,
the 316L filament can also be printed on many other 3D printers with a
open filament system.