Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

Brief Overview

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is a printing and manufacturing process that is ideal for quick-turn prototypes or for short-run production. Parts made from SLS are much more robust and offer significant weight savings in comparison to SLA parts. Because support structure is not required, assemblies and very complex large geometries can be created. Our largest single-piece build size is 29" x 16" x 23". Completed parts can easily be sanded smooth, painted, dyed, EMI shielded, plated, and machined. We offer a variety of materials including glass filled, Nylon 12 and carbon-filled materials.


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