What is DMLS?
How does it work?
DMLS melts a laser powder in the printer to create your 3D print. A thin layer of aluminum or titanium powder is spread through a roll. The print compartment of the 3D printer is then heated. The laser touches these areas of the layer, which is part of your design, raises the temperature of these areas just above the melting point, and sinters your part.
- Being able to design very complex parts
- One of its most important advantages is the ability to produce parts that cannot be created using traditional production techniques
- Manufacturing speed
- DMLS parts do not need tools (e.g. molds, fixtures, manometers, etc.) that reduce the first part production time from month to day. Therefore, additional technologies, such as DMLS, offer great value for product customization and replacement by offering ways to create short-term, customized products without exposure to expensive tool changes