SLS 3D Printing Singapore

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What is SLS?

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is a powder-based 3D printing technology. It makes use of a high powered laser that selectively scans a thin layer of powder and sinters the small powdered plastic particles together to form 3D object, layer by layer.

 

Benefits of Industrial SLS 3D Printing

Unlike most other additive manufacturing technologies, SLS does not require any form of support as the leftover unsintered powder acts as self-supporting material. Thus, extremely complex geometries are made possible.

The technology is a great choice when 3D printing functional prototypes as SLS printed parts are robust and will not become brittle over time. In fact, the durability of parts created with SLS technology is on par with those produced through traditional manufacturing methods such as injection moulding.

In comparison to MJF, SLS also has more material options.

Benefits of GF & PA 12 in 3D Printing

When it comes to 3D printing materials, the synthetic thermoplastic known as Nylon (PA) is commonly used. Able to be 3D printed using SLS technology, industrial nylon SLS enables the creation of complex architecture models and prototypes that are strong, tough, and have good thermal loading capabilities.

  1. Glass Filled Nylon in 3D Printing

A 3D printable nylon composite material, glass filled nylon, is commonly used to manufacture parts that require high strength and stiffness. Composed of 30% glass fibers, glass filled nylon can be fabricated by SLS 3D printing technology to generate industrial parts that have low abrasive wear and complex geometries.

  1. PA 12 in 3D Printing

Like glass filled nylon, PA 12 is a solid material that does not require structural support. Compared to PA 11, PA 12 is a 3D printable nylon that possesses the suitable mechanical properties necessary for the creation of functional prototypes. PA 2200, like PA 2201, PA 2241 FR, and more, are variants of polyamide 12. PA 2200 meets the industry standard for high-end 3D printing due to its strength, rigidity, and chemical resistance. An affordable material, PA 2200 SLS 3D printed parts are extremely versatile and are a high-performance alternative to other less durable plastics.


Materials

SLS Buckle

PP

Short for Polypropylene, PP is a thermoplastic “addition polymer” made from the combination of propylene monomers.

SLS PA12 (White)

PA12 (White)

White PA12 material for slightly more translucent parts. High strength and stiffness and various colouring and finishing options are possible.

PA12 Grey

PA12 (Grey)

A Polyamide 12 powder (nylon-based compound) with good mechanical properties and excellent surface resolution.

TPU Flexa Black/Grey

TPU material for producing flexible parts. Similar properties to rubber, it suppresses hits and shocks well.

Glass-Filled Nylon

Glass-Filled Nylon

Glass filled Nylon (SLS) contains glass particles that give parts high stiffness and improved thermal and abrasion resistance over standard Nylon.

PA11 ESD

PA11 ESD

Bio-sourced nylon material with heat resistance and ESD functionality. Dedicated for electrostatic safe parts for electronic and automotive industries.

3D Printing Processes

FDM

FDM

Short for Fused Deposition Modeling, FDM is one of the most commonly adopted additive manufacturing technologies today due to its low cost and efficiency.

SLA

SLA

Great for products that require a smooth finish and high accuracy. SLA is also a popular choice for creating prototypes for clear parts, including bottles.

Polyjet

Polyjet 3D Printing

Capable of printing multiple materials from flexible to rigid in one part. 3D prints at a high speed, with extremely high accuracy and a smooth surface finish.

SLS

SLS is a powder-based 3D printing technology suitable for building parts that require high durability and complex geometries as it does not need any form of support.

MJF

MJF 3D Printing

Similar to SLS, Multi Jet Fusion also utilises powder to 3D print objects. One advantage is that parts produced by MJF are stronger and more precise compared to SLS.