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.

Post-Processing:

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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Quick Facts

SLS requires no support material, so designs with complex geometries and hollow sections can be produced easily and accurately. 

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