$42.22 per kg

KOS - 316L (15-53um)

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Minimum Purchase:
10 units

Bulk discount rates

Here are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount.

  • Quantity Price
  • 10 - 49
  • 50 - 99
  • 100 - 199
  • 200 or above

Whether you’re working with powder bed fusion or binder jetting, KOS’ type 316L stainless steel is a great fit for automotive, medical, and other intensive applications. Create a KBM account to order AISI 316 material today.

  • Free of satellites and impurities
  • Enhanced with EIGA atomization
  • Highly durable
  • Resistant to chemicals and heat
  • High sphericity

Please download material specifications and safety data sheets for more details.

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Type 316 Stainless Steel, Enhanced by EIGA

KOS’ unique argon-utilizing EIGA atomization process elevates this metal powder, removing impurities and satellites from the final product. Manufacturers can rely on this stainless steel for error-free additive manufacturing, even for the most demanding markets.

KBM Delivers First

KBM serves as an inventory bridge for businesses all across the country. We’re working with an extensive network of producers to provide a collection of high-quality stock metal powders — delivered right on time. Whether you’re a start-up or a large business with an established production line, you can plan your operations around our timely deliveries.

$42.22 per kg
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Applicable Markets

  • a person attaching a hand prosthetic


    From micro implants to advanced prosthetics, AISI 316 is an excellent material for medical applications with its high workability.

  • a car shell sitting on a factory floor


    Both internal automotive components as well as larger external parts can benefit from this metal’s remarkable durability and physical resistance.

  • gold pipes on a concrete building


    Businesses in the petrochemical industry often rely on type 316 stainless steel for its resistance to corrosion and other forms of long-term chemical damage.