Selective Laser Sintering
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), also known as plastic laser sintering, uses Nylon based powders to build robust plastic parts. True to powder bed 3D manufacturing processes, SLS builds parts one layer at a time with the thermal energy of a laser in the Z axis – without support structure.
- Ideal for functional parts and assemblies
- Strength and Durability
- Accurate, fine features and complex geometries
- Robust mechanical properties
- Filled Nylon materials
Nylon PA is a durable nylon 12 material used for real-world testing and functional end-use parts. This material has great surface finish and feature detail, low moisture absorbtion, and good chemical resistance. Nylon PA is also compliant with autoclave sterilization, making it a great choice for some medical applications.
Nylon GF is a rigid glass-filled nylon 12 material used for real-world testing and functional end-use parts. This material has excellent mechanical stiffness, superior demensional stability, and nice surface finish. Nylon GF can also perform at elevated temperature environments making it a good choice for some thermal testing applications.
Avg 3 – 5 Days
± 0.1% (min: ± 0.15 mm)
Max part size