EOS’ compact Formiga P 110 plastic laser sintering system is designed to manufacture polyamide or polystyrene products directly from CAD data within only a few hours. It is suited for production of small components with complex geometries, such as those used in the medical device industry.
The system, the successor to the company’s Formiga P 100 plastic laser sintering system, features a 200 × 250 × 330-mm build envelope and improvements designed to enhance process stability and reproducibility. These include new four-channel heating and the use of a single-point pyrometer, in addition to an external nitrogen connection and the established dosing and coating system.
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