$33.73 per kg

KOS - 316L (45-150um)

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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

KOS’ 45-150um cut of 316L stainless steel metal is ideal for medical, automotive, and other additive manufacturing applications that involve direct energy deposition. Shop this DED powder at KBM today.

  • Retains both strength and flexibility
  • Free of impurities and satellites
  • Low carbon stainless steel variant
  • Highly malleable
  • Resistant to corrosion and warping

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

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Premium 316L Metal for Direct Energy Deposition

KOS’ low carbon stainless steel powder variant is ideal for direct energy deposition applications requiring a slightly larger particle size. This particular powder has been further enhanced with KOS’ argon-based EIGA atomization process, freeing it of satellites and other impurities.

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$33.73 per kg
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Applicable Markets

  • an assortment of metal tools on a desk


    316L metal powder is perfect for capital equipment and other small-scale tools that require a high degree of malleability. The enhanced strength ensures that you’re not missing out on durability.

  • a metal model of dentures and braces


    Easily print medical implants and external devices with this DED-oriented powder, featuring heightened resistance to corrosion and oxidation.

  • a car body being assembled in a factory


    Automotive manufacturers can use 316L steel for external car hulls and smaller internal components due to its great mix of physical and chemical properties.