Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is an additive manufacturing technique that uses plastic powder and a laser to create parts, layer by layer. The technology is notable for its speed and precision and is used in a number of industries including design, automotive, aerospace and engineering among others. SLS offers innovative new opportunities for industrial rapid prototyping and mass production without the need for supports. This means quicker programming, reduced waste, and greater design freedom. But how can you get the most out of SLS? What do you need to take into account to optimize your design and create better parts?
If you are interested in learning more about SLS as well as optimizing SLS designs for better parts, then register for 3Dnatives' latest webinar "How to optimize your designs for SLS 3D printing" taking place on April 29th at 4PM CEST (10AM EDT). We will be joined by Alban d'Halluin, the CEO of Prodways Printers and Solidscape, and David J. Hockemeyer, the owner and co-founder of PERIDOT, Inc., as we explore how to optimize designs to 3D print higher performing parts using SLS technology. Topics covered will include: design strategies that sharpen part details and take out weight; Effective post-processing operations to get the final function and finish that your application requires; insight into the materials that are available and how they compare; and real-world examples of cost savings while delivering high performance parts. The hour-long, virtual webinar will conclude with a 15 minute Q&A session for users to ask more specific questions. Register for free today!