Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

How It Works

Infrared laser sinters powdered plastics into a solid structure one layer at a time.

Why SLS?

  • Tough Engineering Plastics
  • Materials for Functional Testing or Small Batches
  • Difficult Geometries Such as Interlocking or Moving Parts
  • Impact Resistant
  • High Temperature
  • Flexible
  • Flame Retardant
  • Chemical and Dirt Resistant
  • Design Verification: Form, Fit and Function

Key Attributes

  • Accuracy: ± 0.002”/Inch, ± 0.015”/Inch, Whichever is Greater
  • Layer Thickness 0.005” Typical
  • Build Envelope: 27.6” x 15.0” x 22.0”(h)
  • Larger Parts Are Built in Sections and Bonded Together
  • Surface Finishes: Grainy as Built, Can be Prepared for Painting
  • Build Style:
    • Solids and Flexible
  • Materials:
    • Nylon PA
    • HST Composite
    • Glass Filled Nylon
    • Flame Retardant Nylon 12
    • Ex-Flex


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