Technical briefing: 3D printing/additive manufacturing — selective laser sintering
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‘3D printing/additive manufacturing — selective laser sintering’
Selective laser sintering (SLS) is an accurate powder-based additive manufacturing process that can be used for both prototyping and small-batch production applications without the need for extensive tooling. Parts can be built in a range of nylon materials. One advantage of laser sintering is that it is fully self-supporting and can build highly complex geometry. Ogle Models and Prototypes has been working with laser sintering since 2000.
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