3D Systems, Rock Hill, SC, is introducing the SLS 300 smaller-footprint 3D printer designed for use in settings other than a manufacturing floor, for example, offices, material research labs, or workshops. The system only requires a standard power source and an Ethernet connection to be operational in less than an hour. It is compatible with a robust material portfolio to address a breadth of applications. The patented packaging ensures users do not come into direct contact with any powder when filling the machine. The cylinders, made of sustainable paper and wood-based packaging, directly connect to the printer, and fill it via a dedicated inlet on the front, to keep the process dust-free.

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