Selective Laser Sintern (SLS)
“Sintern” describes a Rapid Prototyping method that produces 3D objects with a laser beam.
In the Selective Laser Sintern process, spatial structures emerge from a powdery raw material. This permits the processing of various synthetic like materials. SLS selectively amalgamates powder materials such as nylon, elastomer, alumide or polyamide.
This 3D production technology also requires a 3D graphic file of the desired object. We provide you with the necessary advice and support.
Powder is spread over a platform before the materials are heated under increased pressure. Layer by layer, a laser beam melts the layers along the outline of the 3D object. The item’s color and surface feel are determined by the raw material and how it is processed. To polish their surface, parts can be strengthened or trowalized with a sealing agent, for example. This also guarantees a higher level of precision.
We use Selective Laser Sintern to manufacture complicated parts for tension tests.