3D printing materials
3D printing in Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel is an additive manufacturing method that produces metal parts with 3D printing technology by using a metal-infused powder.
SLM Stainless Steel Materials
Stainless Steel printing is best used for parts that need to be high in strength and corrosion resistance.
|Applications||Stainless Steel 3D printing is a good option for any projects that need to have a high resistance to corrosion and still be extremely strong. It is commonly used in automotive and aerospace industries and mechanical projects.|
|Lead Time||20+ business days|
|Wall Thickness||1 mm|
|Max table weight||113 kg|
SLM Stainless Steel 17-4PH
This stainless steel material is great for any project that needs to be especially resistant to corrosion. It is very high strength and can be welded if necessary. Some applications for this material are shafts, engine parts, and other mechanical mechanisms. Learn more at the link below.
SLM Stainless Steel 316L
SLM Stainless Steel 316L is a great material for consumer and industrial products, from medical prototypes to aerospace designs. The surface hardness of this material can vary depending on the method of preparation for printing. For more details, click the link below.
FAQ 1: Do you offer CAD design work?
We have an in-house CAD file designer available to hire starting at $50/hour. Email [email protected] for more information.
FAQ 2: What CNC processes do you offer?
We have CNC milling machines and CNC turning lathes.
FAQ 3: What types of finishes do you offer for CNC parts?
We can leave your parts as-machined, or andonize, powder coat, bead blast, or hard coat andonize them. You can specify the finish you want when placing your order.
FAQ 4: What CNC material types do you offer?
We can produce CNC parts in a number of metals or plastics. View our whole list of materials here.
FAQ 5: Do you offer rush production?
Rush production is available for CNC orders. You can specifiy rush production when placing your order.
FAQ 6: What process is CNC considered to be?
CNC is considered to be a subtractive process, since it works by cutting away at a block of material to form the desired object.
FAQ 7: What does CNC stand for?
CNC means Computer Numerical Control. This refers to the manner in which a computer is programmed with numbers to create the part.