Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is an additive manufacturing process, where a laser selectively sinters the particles of a polymer powder, fuses them together and builds the part layer-by-layer.
At ProtoZone, we use the latest SLS technology that have the following bed sizes:
- 330x280x420 mm
- 300x300x500 mm
Materials we can print:
- Nylon PA6 and PA12: Durable plastic with balanced mechanical properties and fine-feature surface resolution.
- Glass filled Nylon PA6 (20% GF) and PA 12 (50% GF): Glass filled material with good stiffness, high temperature resistance, and isotropic properties.
Painting, Dying, Splitting and Joining for larger parts, Screen Printing, Enameling on embossed logos or features, High definition smooth finish, Assembly.
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SLS requires no support material, so designs with complex geometries and hollow sections can be produced easily and accurately.