EOS Eosint P395
Plastic printer, Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) technique. Parts produced with SLS consist of layers of about 0.1-0.15 mm. In SLS Powder Bed Fusion the entire build platform is filled with an even layer of plastic powder. A high-powered laser fuses the desired form on to the powder, the print machine lowers the build platform according to the layer thickness, a new layer of powder is spread, and the laser fuses the form. This process is repeated until the parts are ready. The surrounding excess powder supports the structure. Laser sintering technology has no geometric constraints except for solid empty structures (e.g. a hollow sphere).