Metal injection moulding was performed with gas atomized 316L stainless steel powders. Feedstocks were prepared using a paraffin wax/polyethylene/stearic acid binder system and subsequently molded into tensile bar specimens. Solvent extraction done at 80○C has shortened the debinding process to 30 minute. Single step of thermal binder debinding and sintering was done in a vacuum furnace. Sintering at 1380○C has reduced the porosity and associated with grain growth that result in an increase in ultimate tensile strength to 444 MPa while the elongation increased to 29% before fracture.