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Stainless steel is an alloy of mainly iron, chromium, nickel and carbon (sometimes also with molybdenum, titanium, manganese, nitrogen or silicon). This alloy has been discovered since 1913 and is used for many applications (especially outside).
This alloy is often seen as biologically inert (that the material is insensitive to attacks by organisms) but people with a nickel allergy could possibly get skin irritation as a result.
The energies of this metal are connected to the planet Mars. It is therefore a kind of spiritual shield.
It protects against psychological attacks, extreme negativity and all kinds of things that take up a lot of energy.
The stainless steel that is printed 3D also contains a part bronze. This is due to the “Indirect Metal Printing” printing technique. With this printing technique, stainless steel powder is printed together with a kind of glue, layer by layer. The model is then moved from the 3D printer to an oven of about 1300 ºC. This is where the model is sintered with bronze to get its firmness.