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DALL·E 2023-12-19 14.33.05 - A highly detailed and realistic image of additive manufacturi



3D printing technology is a kind of rapid prototyping technology. Using metal powders, she prints and builds objects layer by layer from digital model files. In recent years, with the rapid development of 3D printing equipment, 3D printing has been widely used in industrial fields, such as model and mold manufacturing, automobile, aerospace, dentistry and manufacturing. medical education.


  1. 316L Powder for 3D Printing

  • Contains molybdenum which improves corrosion resistance, particularly against chlorides and other industrial solvents.

  • Low carbon variant of 316 steel.

  • Suitable for applications requiring a high level of corrosion resistance, such as medical implants or marine environments.

 2. 304L Powder for 3D Printing

  • Low carbon version of 304 stainless steel.

  • Good formability and weldability.

  • Less corrosion resistant than 316L, but still widely used due to its versatility.

  • Commonly used for general 3D printing applications where corrosion resistance is important but less critical.

 3. 420J1 Powder for 3D Printing

  • A variation of 420 stainless steel with a lower carbon content.

  • Higher chromium content than 304L and 316L for better resistance to wear and corrosion.

  • Often used in cutlery and other applications where sharpness and edge retention are important.

 4. H13 Powder for 3D Printing

  • A chrome-molybdenum hot work steel.

  • Known for its excellent resistance to thermal fatigue cracking, good hot hardness and abrasion resistance.

  • Commonly used for molds and dies in casting and extrusion processes.

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