Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) is an additive manufacturing technique that is also referred to as selective laser melting (SLM). It is suitable for metals production. In this process, each layer of a part is created by aiming a laser at the powder platform in specific points in space, followed by a digitally produced CAD file.
It offers good accuracy and excellent mechanical properties. It is can be fully used for end-use applications. Contact Xinpin Model for the price, one of the professional direct metal laser sintering suppliers.
|Item Name||Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)|
|Maximum Build Size||200 x 200 x 300 mm|
|Material||a wide variety of metals and metal alloys (stainless steel, aluminum, nickel alloys, titanium, copper, tungsten, etc.)|
|Dimensional Accuracy (＜10mm)||± 0.2% with a lower limit of ± 0.2 mm (± 0.008")|
|Dimensional Accuracy (＞10mm)||±2%|
|Application||oil and gas industry, thin walls, complex geometries, lower-cost prototypes, aerospace and automotive, motorsports, biomedical implants, etc.|
1. Support Impossible Structure
Such as overhanging and hollow geometry.
2. Quick Delivery Date
DMLS parts are often turned in 1-3days.
3. Recyclable Material
The material is reusable for a metal powder that is not sintered or melted.
The DMLS machine begins the 3d metal printing process by sintering each layer—first the support structures to the base plate, then the part itself—with a laser aimed onto a bed of metallic powder. After a cross-section layer of powder is micro-welded, the build platform shifts down and a recoater blade moves across the platform to deposit the next layer of powder into an inert build chamber. The process is repeated layer by layer until the build is complete.
Fusing together fine layers of powder, DMLS has the ability to produce very strong and accurate parts (± 0.05 mm/0.002 in.), from simple to complex geometries. This makes it a great alternative to machining parts.
Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS), also called selective laser sintering (SLS), is a type of metal additive manufacturing or 3D printing. It's used for both rapid prototyping and mass production of metal parts.
Parts that are printed using direct metal laser sintering are stronger, denser, and can be more precise than casted metal parts.
For the 3D drawing, we prefer to STEP, IGS, or X_T format.
The maximum supported file size is 20MB, For larger or multiple files
Please place it into one folder and compress it into a ZIP and sent it to email@example.com.