Desktop Metal works with Metal Injection Molding (MIM) powder materials to offer a wide range of critical alloys including stainless steel, copper, and tool steels for 3D printing. The high-quality alloys undergo rigorous qualification by world-leading scientists to make it fit or even surpass industry standards, with parts production costing just one-tenth the cost of traditional laser sintering 3D printing.

Material Properties/Strengths
1. 17-4 PH Stainless SteelStainless steel for strength and corrosion resistance
2. 316L Stainless SteelStainless steel for corrosion resistance at extreme temperatures
3. H13 Tool SteelTool steel for hardness and abrasion resistance at elevated temperatures
4. 4140 Chromoly SteelVersatile steel characterized by its toughness and high fatigue strength
5. CopperFor thermal and electrical conductivity
6. Alloy 625Nickel-based superalloy for strength and corrosion resistance at high temperatures