BASF Ultrafuse 316L - 3D Material-Shop
BASF Ultrafuse 316L - 3D Material-Shop
BASF Ultrafuse 316L - 3D Material-Shop

BASF Ultrafuse 316L


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BASF Ultrafuse 316L stainless steel filament

Print stainless steel metal parts on popular (FFF) 3D printers.

The Ultrafuse 316L (1.4404) from BASF Ultrafuse is an innovative metal filament with a polymer content for the production of full metal parts with the simplest 3D printing (FFF) process. Benefit from years of experience with metal injection molding (MIM) technologies and a proven debinding and sintering process (Catamold®).


  • Metal printing on common (FFF) 3D printers
  • Strongly resilient properties
  • Comparatively cheap

High metal content and even distribution of metal particles

    The filament has a metal content of over 80% . The even distribution of the metal within the binder matrix reduces the risk of error and increases the success rate. Due to the immobilization of the metal particles in the binder matrix, the risk potential when handling fine metal powder is drastically reduced in comparison to Selective Laser Melting (SLM), Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS), Direct Metal Deposition (DMD) and Binder Jetting.

    Ultrafuse 316L is compatible with both Bowden and direct drive extruders.

    Note: Today's filaments from BASF Ultrafuse were sold under the Innofil3D brand name until the end of 2019. The Dutch manufacturer was previously taken over by the German chemical group BASF. As part of the acquisition, the filaments were renamed and the packaging changed. The print material itself is still the same high-quality filament as before.

    print nozzle temperature
    print bed temperature
    print speed
    Special features
    Can be burned out to stainless steel
    Special Precautions
    Use glass printing plate and adhesive spray (Dimafix recommended)

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