We are eminently engaged in offering SLS Printing Services in New Delhi, Delhi, India.
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is the rapid prototyping technology of choice for a range of functional prototype applications, including those with snap fits, living hinges and other mechanical joints. The ability of SLS to produce several pieces at one time also makes the process a good choice for Direct Digital Manufacturing (DDM) of products requiring strength and heat resistance. Objects printed with SLS are made with powder materials, most commonly plastics, such as nylon, which are dispersed in a thin layer on top of the build platform inside an SLS machine. A laser, which is controlled by a computer that tells it what object to "print," pulses down on the platform, tracing a cross-section of the object onto the powder. The laser heats the powder either to just below its boiling point (sintering) or above its boiling point (melting), which fuses the particles in the powder together into a solid form. Once the initial layer is formed, the platform of the SLS machine drops â usually by less than 0.1mm â exposing a new layer of powder for the laser to trace and fuse together. This process continues again and again until the entire object has been printed. When the object is fully formed, it is left to cool in the machine before being removed.