Selective Laser Sintering is a self-supporting powder process that enables a variety of design and print strategies to increase part performance and boost print productivity.
Selective Laser Sintering uses a high-power laser to fuse small particles of plastic powder. The high accuracy and consistency of SLS makes it ideal for high quality production parts.
Supportless printing allows for complex geometries, fine features and undercuts. Parts produced with SLS have excellent mechanical characteristics, with strength resembling that of injection-molded parts.
Limited colors – Natural Grey or Dyed Black
± 0.5 mm
165 x 165 x 320 mm
( 6.5 x 6.5 x 12.6 in )
100 Micron – 0.1 mm
Nylon 12 can be delivered in a natural grey finish or dyed pure black.
Below is a list of materials we offer for Selective Laser Sintering.
Nylon 12 is a highly capable material for both functional prototyping and end-use production of complex assemblies and durable parts.
Fast print speeds, high-density nesting and no support structures allow for maximize use of build volume to print more parts.