How to 3D print useful metal parts with FFF

How to 3D print useful metal parts with FFF

Ready to discover one of the most cost-effective ways to 3D print metal?

In this game-changing webinar, Matt Griffin explores metal FFF using BASF Ultrafuse 316L.

He is joined by two experts in the technology: Material scientist and Ultimaker Business Development Manager, Andrea Gasperini, along with special guest, Tobias Rödlmeier, Business Development Manager – Metal Ecosystem at BASF 3D Printing Solutions GmbH.

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Useful links and resources:

  • Download the BASF user guidelines for 3D printing metal parts

  • Visit the BASF Ultrafuse 316L page on

  • Download the Ultrafuse 316L print profile from Ultimaker Marketplace

  • Download the Ultrafuse 316L technical datasheet

  • Listen to the Talking Additive podcast episode “Metal FFF and performance polymers”

  • Download our white paper comparing metal 3D printing technologies