Nanovia Mt 316L : Stainless steel

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Print dense stainless steel pieces with a standard 3D printer and a sintering step without chemical debinding.




3D Printing

Extrusion T°170 – 190 °C
Plate T°40 – 60 °C
Enclosure T°20 °C
Nozzle (minimum)0,6 mm
Printing speed20 – 40 mm/s
Extrusion debit115 %
Diameter1.75 & 2.85 mm +/- 50 µm
ColourDark gray

Mechanical properties

Density7.19 g/cm3 (ISO 1183)
Masse / vol. concentration88 % / 54 %
Shrinkage after sintering10 – 15 %


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Printable using standard 3D FFF printers and not brittle in its filament form, create stainless steel (316L grade) pieces using our new Nanovia Mt Inox 316L filament.

Thanks to its patented formula, the printed parts can be directly sintered without any chemical debinding steps beforehand.

Before sintering, it’s possible to apply standard post treatment much like a plastic 3D prints, even tool the piece without requiring any specialized equipment.

After sintering you’ll be left with a 100% stainless steel part.


  • Create metallic parts with all the advantages of 3D printing techniques.
  • Easy post treatment before sintering.
  • No chemical debindings tep before sintering.
  • An alternative/complement to traditional substractive prodution methodes.

Application recommendations

Post treatment of a Nanovia Mt 316L part before sintering


  • It’s recommended to store Nanovia Mt 316l in a dry location
  • Pour assurer une parfaite impression, il est conseillé d’étuver votre filament à 60 °C pendant 6h ou plus, lorsque la bobine a été exposée à l’air libre pendant une longue période.


With it’s close to standard printer settings, Nanovia MT Inox 316l is useable on most commercially available 3D FFF printers.

  • Extrusion temperature : 170 à 190 °C
  • Plate temperature : 40 à 60 °C
  • In order to protect your equipment we recommend using a nozzle adapted for abrasive materials.

Post treatment

  • It’s possible to apply tradional post treatment methods on the green (not yet cintered) 3D printed pieces, such as sanding, polishing, tapering, drilling, tooling etc…


The sintering of Nanovia Mt Inox 316L happens in two consecutive steps :

  • Debinding on a relative low temperature around 400 °C
  • Sintering at 1180°C
Sintering and debinding chart of Nanovia Mt 316L parts
Temperature (°C)0 – 425425425 – 10501050 – 11501150 – 11801180
Time (min)2132403132003001800
  • It’s possible to sinter Nanovia Mt in an SDS sintering oven.
  • It is required to bury / cover the green parts in alumina powder filled crucible during the thermal debinding phase.
  • Add a fine layer of carbon powder to capture the released oxygen, or sinter using an inert atmosphere such as argon.

Health & safety


  • Please refer to the product’s MSDS, as well as your sintering oven’s manuel.


  • Certification RoHS Nanovia Mt 316l : nanovia Mt 316l certified RoHS


Spools are packed in individual boxes, sous-vide with desiccant. Spools are equipped with both a material traciblity and a production series number.

500g53462009052182 g
2kg928930017552668 g

Additional information

Weight N/A

1.75 mm, 2.85 mm


sample, 500 g

Code HS