Our 3D Printing Metal Solution
Ultrafuse® 316L and 17- 4 PH
The catalytic debinding technology was eveloped and introduced by BASF and has emerged as the industry standard.
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Forward AM's new Metal Portal
Our brand new order management portal streamlines the process of turning Ultrafuse® metal filament printed parts into full metal.
The portal will provide automatic cost calculation, digital order preparation and planning, live documentation of all process steps, and integrated logistics. Learn how it works in our "How to" video.
Read more about our portal or click here to create an account.
Ultrafuse® Support Layer*
Ultrafuse® Support Layer filament developed to be used in combination with Ultrafuse® Metal Filaments.
When printed between support and the object, it creates a barrier during sintering and facilitates the separation of support from the metal part.
Ultrafuse® Support Layer is not developed to print stand-alone parts and should be printed as a layer attached to the support structures in dual extrusion prints.
*Ultrafuse® Support Layer. This product is not intended for sale, distribution or use in the US and Canada and is not available to our customers in those countries.
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We guide you step by step
Printing with an Ultrafuse® Metal Filament is very similar to plastic FFF printing, however; there are subsequent pro- cessing steps that dictate the specific practices to increase the probability of successfully producing a full metal part. Once filament is loaded, flow has been calibrated, and the desired parts have been sliced, printing can begin.
First time printing Metals? At our useful resources you will find everything you need. Do you want to see instructions? Take a look into our tutorial videos.
DEBINDING & SINTERING
The application once printed and ready, the next step is getting your application debound and sintered. Critical differentiators from typical FFF 3D printing. But afterwards it will give you a full metal part. To support in getting the parts debound and sintered we now have launched a D&S Portal. Learn how it works in our "How to" video or read all about it in our User Guidelines.
General Metal Resources
Ultrafuse® 17-4 PH
Ultrafuse® Support Layer
Debinding & Sintering Portal
Professional 3D Printing Service
It's also possible to let a servicebureau do all the work. Professional 3D Printing Service
Sculpteo - part of BASF - is your additive manufacturing production center from 1-100k parts. With our metal materials for your application, you’ll get the parts you need in just a few clicks.
DIRECT ACCESS TO OUR D&S PORTAL