2010

Laser-Sintering 3D Manufacturing Made Simple

The greatest future advances in laser-sintering will surface, not from new materials or improved equipment, but from the users themselves as they become accustomed to design-driven manufacturing. The freedom to create parts of practically any shape, without regard to the rules and restrictions of older manufacturing processes, is just beginning to be explored by designers who have gained expertise with laser-sintering.

This article was written by James Fendrick, vice president, EOS of North America (Novi, MI). For more information, contact Mr. Fendrick at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or visit http://info.hotims.com/28049-200.

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