Nickel-chromium-based superalloy that is highly resistant to corrosion and high temperatures
When to Print with Inconel 625
Parts printed in Inconel 625 are significantly easier to produce than with traditional manufacturing methods, allowing you to easily create functional prototypes and end-use parts for harsh environments.
D2 Tool Steel
High-compression, wear-resistant tool steel for cold-working applications
When to Print with D2 Tool Steel
D2 Tool Steel offers excellent wear resistance and is widely used in cold-work applications that require high compressive strength, sharp edges, and abrasion resistance.
|Sheet Metal Fabrication||Wear-Resistant Inserts|
|Punches and Dies||
17-4 PH Stainless Steel
3D printed 17-4 PH Stainless Steel exceeds MIM standards and reaches 95% wrought strength under equal heat treatment.
When To Print With 17-4 PH Stainless Steel
17-4 PH Stainless Steel is a hard, stiff, and corrosion-resistant stainless steel. It excels in manufacturing environments and for low-volume parts.
|Low-Volume Production||Replacement Parts|
|Complex Geometries||Corrosion-Resistant Parts|
H13 Tool Steel
Markforged printed and heat-treated H13 Tool Steel effectively matches wrought heat-treated steel in strength and hardness.
When to Print with H13 Tool Steel
H13 Tool Steel works excellently in high temperature and can withstand drastic cooling. This, coupled with abrasion resistance and machinability, makes it ideal for molds and wear-resistant pieces.
|Injection Molds||Forming Tooling|
|Wear-Resistant Inserts||Dies and Punches|
A2 Tool Steel
Markforged printed and heat treated A2 Tool Steel effectively matches wrought heat-treated A2 tool steel in hardness.
When to Print with A2 Tool Steel
A2 Tool Steel is a highly versatile air-hardening tool steel often regarded as a “universal” cold-work steel. It offers a combination of good wear resistance (between O1 and D2) and toughness.
|Sheet Metal Fabrication||Forming Prototypes|