Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) uses a CO2 laser to sinter (fuse) powder based materials together, layer-by-layer, to create a solid prototype. SLS can build highly complex parts with a wide variety of materials.

The key advantage of SLS is its ability to produce functional prototypes with production-like qualities and premium low ash casting patterns for the production of metal parts.

  • Avoid premature tooling costs
  • Functional prototypes
  • Durable patterns
  • Even plastic parts for final use
  • Produces strong, durable, stable parts
  • Resists heat & chemicals
  • Flexform
  • DuraForm GF
  • DuraForm PA
  • Investment Casting Wax
  • Composite Nylon
  • Fine Nylon
Types of Finishes:
  • Painted
  • Metalic
  • DuraDye
Applications of Selective Laser Sintering:
  • Create visual models
  • Tooling for injection molding
  • Reproduce complex designs and geometries
  • Test parts under extreme conditions
  • Shorten time to market
  • Efficiently producing small quantities of testable plastic parts
  • Custom molders create complex tooling inserts