Direct Metal Laser Sintering

DMLS is used for end-parts and prototypes of almost every metal alloy.
Quality, strength and density are superior than that of traditional technologies.

DMLS Advantages

  • Outstanding mechanical properties
  • Wide material selection
  • Short production time
  • Superior quality of parts
  • Highly complex designs

DMLS Applications

Widely used by the automotive and aerospace industries for high performance parts.

Other applications include medical prosthetics, tooling, functional prototypes and many more.

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manufacturing partners have one or more DMLS printer(s) available

How does the DMLS 3D printing process work?

Direct Metal Laser Sintering works by exposing thin layers of metal powder to a laser beam that fuses the particles together. 

This process is repeated layer upon layer until the desired shape is created. 

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different options of metal materials available to be printed with DMLS

Material Selection

  • Scalmalloy
  • Stainless Steel 17-4PHL
  • Stainless Steel CX
  • Ti6Al4V
  • Ti64ELI
  • Stainless Steel PH1
  • AMZ4
  • Cobalt-Chrome MP1
  • Stainless Steel 316L
  • Titanium Ti64
  • Aluminum AlSi10MG
  • Nickel Alloy IN718
  • Nickel Alloy HX
  • Nickel Alloy IN625

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types of DMLS printers are available to print your custom parts

DMLS Printers

  • EOS M290
  • EOS M400
  • XM200C
  • Precious M080
  • EOS M400-4
  • EOS M280
  • S-Titanium Pro
  • XM300C

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