The industrial power of selective laser sintering on your benchtop, starting at
Manage prototyping and production yourself, in your space, at a tenth of the cost of existing SLS machines.
Produce functional parts in 24 hours, without the delays of service bureaus.
165 x 165 x 320 mm build volume for bigger parts and higher throughput.
No supports. Pack the build chamber with as many parts as you can fit and save time in post‑processing.
Selective laser sintering (SLS) uses a laser to precisely fuse nylon powder into lightweight, robust parts.
This isn’t your average 3D printed plastic. Nylon will bend and return to its original form, rather than fracturing suddenly.
Elongation at Break
Nylon 12 available at launch, Nylon 11 and other materials in development.
Nylon is perfect for structural, load bearing, or mechanical parts.
Nylon is suitable for high temperature applications and parts that need to tolerate heat.
Heat Deflection Temperature
at 0.45 MPa
A removable build chamber enables continuous printing and reduces downtime.
With the Fuse 1, you can print with up to 50% recycled powder.
Be the first in line to receive the new standard in industrial 3D printing. Make a deposit now; printers are expected to begin shipping in 2019.
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