How does it work?

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) uses a laser to melt cross-sections of a CAD design into a thin layer of powder. After each layer, the build plate drops, and process repeats until finished.

Benefits

Durable and high-impact capabilities
Complex geometries and dimensional accuracy
High resolution and fine feature details
Heat resistant
Repeatable

Applications

Production Parts
Manufacture medium to large volumes of water and air-tight parts with high dimensional accuracy.
Functional Prototypes
Highly accurate parts with unique geometries, complex dimensions, and specifications
ECS Ducting
Produce strong parts to meet demanding weight, geometrical, and component configuration requirements.

Technical Data

Layer Thickness 0.004 in
Accuracy/Tolerance ± 0.002 – 0.012 in
Max Single Size Part 13 x 11 x 16.5”

*Accuracy/tolerance may vary with part geometry, dimensions, and build orientation
*Numbers are based on published Stratasys data

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