How does Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) work?

Selective Laser Sintering uses a laser to sinter a plastic powder layer by layer to build the desired part. SLS 3D printing does not require support material as the parts are held in place by the powder bed. This allows for complex geometries and interlocking parts to be produced easily.

SLS Nylon produces strong and flexible parts that are also functional. Parts are flexible enough for living hinges when thin and strong enough for structural components when thick. Parts 3D printed in SLS Nylon can easily be processed after printing to achieve finished products.

Strong and complex parts

What We've Created using SLS

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