3D Printing Industry

3D Printed Stainless Steel Steals

To help you make the most of the current discount on Stainless Steel we wanted to share some of the all time most popular products 3D printed in Stainless Steel.  Of course if there is nothing that tickles your fancy you can also (quickly) design your own as long as you get your order in before the December 31st at 04:59 GMT. Enter code jv9dv at checkout where it says “Promo Code” (not “Apply Credit”).

A favorite in the Shapeways office, especially on Friday afternoon, the Klein Bottle Opener.

3D Printed Stainless Steel Thorn Dice on Shapeways

One of the most popular items of all time on Shapeways, the Thorn Dice Set with Decader.

3D Printed Stainless Steel Ring on Shapeways

We see waves and waves of the Explorers Ring – U3 Version rolling out of the Shapeways 3D printers.

3D Printed Twin Mobius Rail on Shapeways

With MILLIONS of views on YouTube, we had to include the Twin Rail Mobius can-take-a-ball – Pendant

3D Printed Bugaboo Repair part on Shapeways

3D Printing is not always about the new, sometimes it is about repair the old, like a (very) personal favorite of mine, Repair Part for a Bugaboo.

If you are designing something new to be 3D printed in Stainless Steel, be sure to pay close attention to the design guidelines for stainless steel. A few of the most important things to keep in mind: 

  • Your design must have a minimum thickness of 3mm.
  • The entire part must be bigger than 3x3x3mm and smaller than 750x381x381mm.
  • No interlocking or moving parts.

Be sure to follow these rules to avoid the disappointment of having your design rejected due to one of these issues as the discount will not be carried over to reprint or replacements of any rejected parts.  The discount does apply to all stainless steel finishes including the Bronze and Gold finishes.

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