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Markforged 3D printers are a new breed of printer. They print with composites, to create parts up to 20x stiffer and 5x stronger than ABS plastic parts. Engineers have already put their Markforged printers to good use and you can buy your Markforged printer and supplies right here at GoPrint3D. And if you need any help choosing the right 3D printer for your needs, give our team a call on 01765 540 115 or email us at web@goprint3d.co.uk.

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1kg reel of 17-4 PH Stainless Steel
Impeller printed in 17-4 Stainless Steel
Sprocket printed in 17-4 Stainless Steel
1kg reel of 17-4 PH Stainless Steel

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The stainless steel on offer here is 17-4 PH stainless steel. This is a precipitation hardened steel alloy with 15-17% copper and 3-5% nickel. 


These additions turn the steel into a very versatile material with high strength, high hardness and excellent corrosion resistance. 17-4 PH stainless steel is widely used in the aerospace, petroleum, manufacturing, medical and shipping industries.


After being heat treated, parts printed in this material have an ultimate tensile strength of 1250 MPa. For further technical data, please see the 17-4 PH Technical Data Sheet available to download.


If you have any questions about metal 3D printing, please get in touch with our team on 01765 694007 or email web@goprint3d.co.uk and we will be happy to discuss with you.

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