Researchers achieve breakthrough in 3-D printed marine grade stainless steel

Researchers have achieved a breakthrough in 3D printing 316L, a common form of marine grade stainless steel that promises an unparalleled combination of high-strength and high-ductility properties. Marine grade stainless steel is widely utilised due to its performance in corrosive environments and for its high ductility, a property undermined by conventional techniques for strengthening this […] The post 3D printed marine grade stainless steel offers strength and ductility appeared first on The Engineer.

3D printed marine grade stainless steel offers strength and ductility

Researchers have achieved a breakthrough in 3D printing 316L, a common form of marine grade stainless steel that promises an unparalleled combination of high-strength and high-ductility properties. ...

Mon 6 Nov 17 from The Engineer

Researchers 3D-print improved marine grade stainless steel

Scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have developed a new technique for 3D-printing 316L, a low-carbon type of marine grade stainless steel.

Tue 31 Oct 17 from UPI

Lab Researchers Achieve Breakthrough with 3D Printed Stainless Steel

Lawrence Livermore National Lab researchers, along with collaborators at Ames National Laboratory, Georgia Tech University and Oregon State University, have achieved a breakthrough in 3D printing ...

Mon 30 Oct 17 from Newswise

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