World-Class SLS 3D Printing In Sydney
Opting for laser sintering 3D printing presents an ideal solution for crafting robust and enduring prototypes. These prototypes consist of functional plastic components boasting mechanical properties tailored for simulation and prototyping.
Our suite of SLS printing solutions in Sydney offers exceptional customization, finely tuned to your specific requirements. Precision is paramount – we ensure the accuracy and adherence to quality standards of your desired 3D SLS printed materials. Timely deliveries are a hallmark of our service, ensuring your projects proceed seamlessly.
Why SLS Is Right For You
SLS printing brings a host of advantages to Sydney’s populace. Whether your journey involves creating 3D simulations, prototypes or exploring low-volume production, SLS printing is your steadfast companion.
- Easy creation of 3D simulations and prototypes
- Cost-efficient low-volume production
- Removes the need for extensive of laborious tools during production
- Creation of highly precise and intricate details without fail
Harmonious Material Compatibility
SLS 3D printing in Sydney harmonizes with an array of materials, enriching their inherent characteristics. The likes of metals and ceramic find common ground in the realm of 3D-printed SLS creations, ensuring an unparalleled level of versatility
- Increased versatility
- Aesthetic appeal
- Applicable for a wide array of use
- Compliments materials like metal, ceramic or wood
Improved Cost Efficiency
Embarking on SLS 3D printing in Sydney is a strategic cost-cutting move. Small batch production not only trims expenses but also maintains the freedom of customization, underscoring SLS printing’s economic prowess.
Stability And Self-Sufficiency Redefined
SLS-printed objects emerge resilient and independent, devoid of external support. The technique’s innate self-sufficiency ensures a seamless process. And with the use of Nylon-based materials, rapid SLS 3D printing in Sydney has become the norm.
Strength And Durability Unveiled
The final products stand resolute, fortified by exceptional strength and durability. The intricate bonding process forged through melting and layering generates mechanical properties that uphold virtually isotropic qualities.
Materials That Power Innovation
- Wide range of materials to choose from
- Pick materials according to the needs of the project
- Materials offer enhanced strength, resistance to chemicals or have isotropic characteristics –depending on the material of choice
Polyamide 12 (PA 12)
Unveiling remarkable mechanical attributes such as remarkable stiffness and heightened resistance to chemicals, PA 12 takes the stage. This material not only delivers exceptional performance but also ensures cost-effectiveness without compromising accuracy, presenting a harmonious blend of quality and affordability.
Polyamide 11 (PA 11)
Embodied in PA 11 is an extraordinary elasticity that defies expectations, coupled with an isotropic behavior that fuels its versatility. This material showcases a unique ability to flex and adapt, making it an ideal choice for applications that demand flexibility without sacrificing structural integrity.
Carbon Fiber-Filled Nylon (Pa-Fr)
A symphony of strength and weight, PA-FR takes the spotlight, boasting an unparalleled weight-to-strength ratio. This amalgamation of carbon fiber and nylon results in a material that exhibits both robustness and stiffness, setting the stage for innovations that demand lightweight yet sturdy components.
Glass-Filled Nylon (Pa-Gf)
Converging the prowess of polyamide powder and glass fibers, PA-GF offers a subtly porous surface that lends itself to intricate designs. This fusion showcases not only aesthetic finesse but also reinforces structural integrity, making it a prime choice for crafting complex components that transcend traditional limitations.
Why CAD Deziners Is Your Ideal Choice
While the advantages of SLS 3D printing are plentiful, partnering with seasoned professionals remains essential. CAD Deziners stands as the vanguard of SLS 3D printing excellence in Sydney, eradicating any concern regarding 3D printing needs.
Top-Tier Materials And Machinery
From Polyamide 12 to Carbon Fiber-Filled Nylon, our materials are of premium quality, seamlessly integrated with cutting-edge technology. Your end products are guaranteed to meet the highest standards.
Serving Diverse Industries
Our reputation for excellence isn’t a mere claim; it’s a promise we fulfill daily. Collaborating closely with industry experts, we cater to an expansive range of sectors, including aerospace, automotive, electronics, entertainment, and more.
Expert Customer Support
We understand that the intricacies of our industry can be puzzling. Rest assured that our highly skilled customer service team is at your disposal to address queries and provide insights. Reach out, and we’ll be more than delighted to assist you!
Industries we serve with SLS
(Nylon) SLS Printing Methods
|Material Name||Quality||Min Details||Minimum Wall Thickness||Maximum Size|
|Nylon PA2200 (White)||Smooth Surface||0.3mm||0.7mm||675x545x366|
|Nylon PA11/12||Smooth surface||0.2mm||0.6mm||380x380x284|
|Glass-filled nylon 3200||Smooth surface||0.5mm||1.0mm||380x380x284mm|
|Alumide (SLS)||Smooth surface||0.5mm||0.8mm||315x240x190|
|Multi Jet Fusion PA12 (Black)||Smooth surface||0.2mm||0.7mm||380x380x284|
|HP Premium Nylon PA12 (SLS)||Smooth Finish||0.2mm||0.8mm||380x380x284mm|
|Nylon PA2200 (White)||Tensile Strength- 48 Mpa|
Temperature- 172 – 180 °C/td>
|Used for fully functional parts, snap-fit assemblies and moving parts, complex and intricate geometries, automotive, medical, packaging industries.|
|Nylon PA11/12||Tensile Strength- 48 Mpa|
Temperature- 46 – 180 °C
|Used for functional prototypes and series parts such as hinges. and also used for automotive interior components for crash relevant parts.|
|Flexible TPU 86A||Tensile Strength- 7 Mpa|
Temperature- 138 °C
|Used for caster wheels, automotive instrument panels, sporting goods, power tools, medical devices, footwear, drive belts, inflatable rafts.|
|Glass-filled nylon 3200||Tensile Strength- 51 Mpa|
Melting point- 176 °C
|Used for products which requires good strength and stiffness.|
|Nylon PA12 Glassfilled ||Tensile Strength- 12 – 140 Mpa|
Melting point- 90 – 182 °C
|Used for functional prototypes as well as end-use parts for demanding applications such as aerospace and automotive.|
|Alumide||Tensile Strength- 42 – 48 Mpa|
Melting point- 172 – 180 °C
|Used to manufacture complex shapes, stiff parts, automotive parts and|
for the parts which require a metallic appearance.
|Multi Jet Fusion PA12||Tensile Strength- 48 Mpa|
Temperature- 95 -175 °C
|Used for mechanical purposes such as prototypes or finished products like geared systems.|
|HP Premium Nylon PA12 ||Tensile Strength- 48 Mpa|
Temperature- 95 -178 °C
|Used for temperature resistance dies, patterns and fixtures for food production, surgical guides, aerospace components, housing components.|