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Who are industry leaders in 3D printing stainless steel?

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There are many manufacturers and service providers for stainless steel printing. They all have different strengths. Some are better at details and small parts and others are focusing on high strength. What is your application / requirements ? Is it an art object or something for function? What is the size?

Thanks for your reply. The part we are thinking of printing is around 70x70x400mm. Due to the nature of the design, it is very costly to machine from billet. It will be required to act structurally as an anchor to hold tanks, so the metallurgy is important as well. It will need to have threads and tolerances to +/- 0.1mm

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