SLS technology uses a laser to heat and bond small grains of plastic, ceramic, glass and other materials into layers which ultimately form a 3D structure. SLS is considered as a fully anysotropic process and therefore is very suitable for funtional prototypes.
The speed and versatility of SLS lets product developers create physical snapshots of their designs through the iterative process.
SLS can be used to create fully-functional prototypes, complete with moving parts, as well as all-in-one assemblies.
The high accuracy and consistency of SLS makes it an ideal way to build large quantities of discrete or customized parts.