Laser Sintering (SLS)

A real technical material

The advantages of selective laser sintering


The mechanical and thermal resistance of powder sintered parts allows them to be used for functional testing

Small series

Powder sintering is perfect for the production of parts in small series thanks to its high mechanical resistance.


Powder sintering does not require a substrate, thus shortening production times and allowing complex geometric shapes to be printed.
3D PROD laser sintering

A thermoplastic material

Powder laser sintering (SLS) is a 3D printing technology that consists of manufacturing parts by agglomerating particles of material. The materials used are generally thermoplastics or metals in the form of 50 micron powder.

The powder is agglomerated by successive stacking of layers of about 0.1 mm thick. On each layer, the material is transformed by a laser beam which brings the necessary energy to reach the fusion point.

See our powder laser sintering process


Technical parts
without support

Laser sintering allows to obtain technical materials able to resist mechanical and thermal constraints.

In addition, you will be able to print very complex shapes since no support is used during the manufacturing process, the manufactured parts resting on the unprocessed powder bed.

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