Laser Sintering, often called Selective Laser Sintering or SLS is a 3D printing technology that uses a laser to fuse powdered thermoplastics. SLS creates tough and geometrically intricate components with strong materials.
SLS White is a Nylon 12 plastic suitable for functional prototypes and intricate concept models. The technology is appropriate for small to large product designs (up to 12.5" x 10.6" x 16.6"). Built in 0.004" – 0.006" layer thicknesses.
Laser Sintering is also often used for end-use production parts and complex functional prototypes. For more advanced Laser Sintering options and materials, visit Stratasys Direct Manufacturing.