December 31, 2020
BASF is happy to announce the launch of our metal filament Ultrafuse® 17-4 PH. This new material enables a safe and cost-efficient production of 17-4 stainless steel parts on common Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) printers.
With its high hardness and mechanical strength, Ultrafuse® 17-4 PH is ideally suited for a wide range of applications such as tooling, jigs and fixtures, and functional prototypes. Its mechanical properties combined with good corrosion resistance make the material a stand-out choice for a range of industries including petrochemicals, aerospace, automotive, and medical.
Similar to the metal filament Ultrafuse® 316L launched in 2019, the material is a metal-polymer composite filament. Parts printed with our metal filaments obtain their final properties through a catalytic debinding and sintering process. To ensure a smooth end-to-end solution, we established a distribution network that collaborates closely with our debinding and sintering service partners.
Interested in learning more about metal FFF printing and the new filament Ultrafuse® 17-4 PH? Register for our webinar below!
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