Selective Laser Sintering

At ARRK, we believe in an integrated approach sls prototypesto product development that is backed at every stage by exceptional engineering skill, cutting edge technology, and expert guidance. ARRK’s selective laser sintering service delivers tough, durable parts in as little as 2-3 days. Clients can choose from a wide range of materials, each offering its own unique characteristics. From polyamide to glass-filled nylon, selective laser sintering is particularly suited for functional testing and our latest EX material combines fine durability and exceptional flexibility.

Selective laser sintering is a 3D printing process in which prototypes are built by fusing plastic based powdered material together using a high powered precision laser. Prototypes manufactured using this 3D printing technology are considered to be more durable than stereolithography because they do not break down or degrade over time.

Some advantages of this 3D printing technology include:

No tooling
Reduction in weight
Increase in strength

With this 3D printing technology, you can accurately test and assess your prototypes for true functionality. At ARRK, we can build prototypes in a variety of sizes by bonding sections together which can range from small clips to car dashboards. Additionally, we are able to deliver finished prototypes that include a range of surface finishes, as well as paint and texturing service.


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