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Ideal for applications involving thermal and electrical conductivity

  Available only on the Desktop Metal Studio System, the process of bound metal...

4140 Chromoly Steel

One of the most versatile steels

For the Desktop Metal Studio System, this is a versatile alloy for industries such as aerospace, tool and die manufacturing, oil and gas, automotive, agricultural and defense. 4140 steel is an excellent general...

Aluminium for 3D Printing

A ductile, conductive 3D printing material

Aluminium (Al, ordinal number 13 in the periodic system of elements) belongs to the light metals group and cannot be found naturally in solid form. Aluminium is obtained from bauxite and is the third most...

Cobalt-Chrome 3D Printing Material

Durable medical and dental prosthetics

Cobalt-Chrome alloys are standard alloys in the medical and dental fields. Due to the high hardness, Cobalt-Chrome alloys are used to produce dental prostheses. This is also influenced by the biocompatibility...

H13 Tool Steel

Exceptional hot hardness, abrasion resistance and stability in heat treatment

This material is for the Desktop Metal Studio System. Tool steel refers to a variety of carbon and alloy steels that are particularly well suited for toolmaking. Their...

Inconel 3D Printing Material

3D print aircraft parts with aerospace-grade alloy

3D printing with Inconel is a modern way of using a well established material. Developed in the early 1960‘s, IN718 is still considered the material of choice for the majority of aircraft engine...

3D Printing Titanium

A strong, light & anti-corrosive 3D printing metal

First discovered in 1791, Titanium is the 10th most common element and has a commendable strength to weight ratio and excellent corrosion resistance, making it a great material for metal 3D...

Tool Steel and Stainless Steel for 3D Printing

Materials with flexible 3D printing applications

Going back two thousand years people were searching for cutting materials which were not only hard but also tough. Along with mass industrialisation at the beginning of the nineteenth century the...



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