SLS (Selective Labor Sintering)


A technique which uses laser rays to cast, in a selective manner, powder materials as nylon with or without fiberglass. Starting from a file modeled by computer through engineering  software, this 3D model begins to take shape when sent to the equipment allowing parts to be produced in lots.

The technology of adding material by laser has the capacity of constructing parts with complex geometries, giving liberty to the engineers and designers to build pieces which in normal manufacturing it would be impossible to construct. Material with datasheet allowing the developer to test the prototypes, comparing them with other types of raw material.


  • Quick execution;
  • Low cost;
  • High degree of project complexity;
  • Excellent finishing;