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Fuse 1+ Whitepaper

Guide to Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) 3D Printing

Selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D printing is trusted by engineers and manufacturers across different industries for its ability to produce strong, functional parts. Looking for a 3D printer to create strong, functional parts? Download our white paper to learn how SLS printing works and why it's a popular 3D printing process for functional prototyping and end-use production. In this extensive guide we'll cover:

  • The selective laser sintering process
  • The SLS workflow
  • Selective Laser Sintering Applications
  • Advantages of Selective Laser Sintering
  • When to consider using SLS 3D printing over other methods
  • Comparing the different SLS systems and materials available on the market

The Formlabs Fuse 1+ Whitepaper

Fuse 1+ Super Showcase

SLS 3D Printing Made Affordable

Superior print speeds, industrial-grade materials, zero waste, and High ROI in a compact footprint. That's why businesses are choosing the Formlabs Fuse 1+ 30W over other SLS 3D printing machines. Take a virtual tour of this powerful machine as we explore the convenient, intuitive workflow from printing to finished part. Explore the Fuse Sift's fully-functional powder recycling system. See how parts can be produced with competitively high powder recyclability, lower cost per part—and less waste!

The Formlabs Fuse 1+

Free Sample Part

20-sided Die only possibile with the Fuse 1+

What makes this 20-sided die impossible? Only the Fuse 1 can create the free-floating structure of this intricate design. Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), unlike other technologies that require solid supports to hold up their printed parts during the process.

The die is made from Nylon 12 Powder due to the durable and sturdy nature of the material, allowing it to withstand wear and tear.