Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

Laser Sintering (LS)—often called Selective Laser Sintering or SLS is an additive manufacturing process that enables the fabrication of polymer based 3D structures directly from digital data.

During the process ,micro-sized polymer powder is selectively sintered to form a 3D Structure in a layer by layer methodology. Thus, eliminating the need for any dye or remnant material. LS parts have exceptional strength, accurate dimensions, light weight and heat resistant properties.

EOS P396

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Key Specifications

Effective building volume
340 mm x 340 mm x 600 mm
Laser Specification
CO2 laser, 70 W
Layer Thickness:
(depends on material)
0.06 – 0.18

FORMIGA P110

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Key Specifications

Effective building volume
200 mm x 250 mm x 330 mm
Laser Specification
CO2 laser, 30 W
Layer Thickness:
(depends on material)
0.06 – 0.12

Bed Size

340 mm x 340 mm x 600 mm

Layer Thickness

(depends on material)
0.06 – 0.18

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Laser Specification

CO2 laser, 70 W

Achieved Accuracy

~0.07 mm

Some of our Manufactured Components

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Benefits of SLS

Design Verification

Product Prototypes

Form/Fit check

Functional Prototyping

See SLS in action

The future in the making

 

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Setup Your Own SLS Facility

BOOT Model (Build, Own, Operate, and Transfer): Setting of an EOS Additive Manufacturing setup at a customer’s site to operate, train, production from the equipment according to the need of the organization.