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3D Printed Metal Data Sheets

Direct Metal Materials

Powder Bed + Extruded

316L Stainless Steel

316L is a molybdenum-bearing, fully-austenitic stainless steel. It’s known for its excellent corrosion resistance—for example, it’s resistance to pitting corrosion—and mechanical properties at both high and low temperatures. 316L is a common material used in a wide variety of applications, including

316L Stainless Steel Data Sheet

17-4 PH Stainless Steel

17-4 PH is a martensitic precipitation – hardened stainless steel. It’s known for its corrosion resistance and high levels of strength and hardness, especially when heat treated. 17-4 can be heat treated to a variety of hardness and toughness levels, allowing users to customize post-sintering properties of the alloy to suit a wide variety of applications, including:

17-4PH Stainless Steel Data Sheet

Extruded Only

Copper

With its excellent thermal and electrical conductivity, copper is the ideal material for transferring heat or electricity. For that reason, it is used in virtually every electronic device made, as well as in many of the heat exchangers used in the oil and gas, automotive, and consumer industries, as well as others.

Copper Data Sheet

Titanium (Ti64)

An alloy of titanium, aluminum and vanadium, the material properties of Ti64 – particularly its high strength-to-weight ratio and corrosion resistance – make it an ideal material for a wide variety of high-performance applications.

Titanium (Ti64) Data Sheet

Low Cost Powder Bed Alloy

420 Stainless Steel/Bronze

The most cost-effective Direct Metal material with high wear resistance for increased product life. Good for aesthetic pieces and high-wear components like impellers, rotors, or firearm parts.

420 Stainless Steel/Bronze Data Sheet