The Virtual Foundry Sintering Refractory Ballast - Steel Blend (1kg)

By The Virtual Foundry

The Virtual Foundry Sintering Refractory Ballast - Steel Blend (1kg)

By The Virtual Foundry

62.00


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Debind and sinter Filamet™ in a kiln, making 100% metal, ceramic, or glass parts. A sintering refractory ballast is required to hold the part shape for this process.

Sintering Refractory Ballast Steel Blend is available in approximately 1kg jars (~485mL).

Used for: Debinding and sintering Inconel 718, Stainless Steel 17-4, and Stainless Steel 316L Filamet™.

Key advantages: Antioxidant in the stainless steel sintering process

Particle Size: Submicron to 100 mesh

Max Temperature: 1600°C

How To Use: Use this refractory ballast to bury prints in a crucible for debinding and sintering. Cover with Sintering Carbon, then place the crucible in the kiln and start the program. Full instructions can be found here.

NOTE: 3D Universe is authorized to sell this product in the United States of America, only.

Use The Virtual Foundry Sintering Refractory Ballast - Steel Blend to Debind and sinteri Inconel 718, Stainless Steel 17-4, and Stainless Steel 316L Filamet™.

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