Can be shipped in 3days
Print Size: 600*390*390mm
No Need Support material
Material: PA12, PA12+GF
Tolerance: +/-0.15~0.2mm within 200mm
SLS Printing is an Atomic Response that Fuses Particles
Selective laser sintering (SLS printing) is a 3d printing process that uses extensive lasers to bind powdered material into a solid structure. In this procedure, a printer lays down an even layer of material and then strictly binds the layer, reiterating the deposition and binding process until the component is complete. The object’s shape is produced by directing a laser at the powder bed at detailed points in space, directed by a digitally produced CAD (computer-aided design) file. Unlike discriminating laser melting (SLM), which fully melts fine material together, binding causes an atomic response that fuses particles, changing powdered material into a solid structure.
SLS printing is characteristically only used to refer to plastic, and ceramic 3D printers, 3D printers using a like process, are referred to as DMLS or SLM machines. SLS machines can produce highly reliable items, including precision, low-volume parts in the automotive and aerospace sector. SLS printing can produce geometrically intricate and highly accurate parts from various materials. SLS 3D printing permits you to use multiple materials and many finishings, achieving high-quality surfaces of components. Marketable manufacturing is a real chance to adapt your creation to demand. You can evade minimum order quantities, perfect for small or large-quantity production.