Materials for Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
Selective Laser Sintering is an additive manufacturing and rapid prototyping process that builds 3D parts by using a laser to selectively sinter (heat and fuse) powdered materials. SLS parts are built layer-by-layer from a 3D CAD file, which is turned into 2D cross sections and sent to an SLS machine for production. SLS materials possess chemical resistance, low moisture absorption and excellent surface resolution properties.
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The following materials are offered for Selective Laser Sintering
Why use Selective Laser Sintering?
Selective Laser Sintering services use the most advanced 3D printing systems on the market. SLS machines can produce nylon prototypes with added materials to create parts and models with high durability and strength. Using SLS technology you will be able to manufacture real thermoplastic materials with a positive ROI every time.