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9/22/2017

ProX SLS 500 3D Printer is Newest Generation of SLS Printers

Originally titled '3D Printer is Newest Generation of SLS Printers'
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Methods 3D Inc.’s 3D Systems’ ProX SLS 500 Selective Laser Sintering production 3D printer was created for the manufacturing floor, is the newest generation of SLS printers, and is designed to produce exceptionally smooth surfaces and high-resolution thermoplastic parts.

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Methods 3D Inc.’s 3D Systems’ ProX SLS 500 Selective Laser Sintering production 3D printer was created for the manufacturing floor and is the newest generation of SLS printers. This printer is designed to produce smooth surfaces and high-resolution thermoplastic parts, the company says.

According to the company, ready-to-use functional parts and complete assemblies are ideal for aerospace, automotive, patient specific medical devices, fashion accessories and mobile device use cases. The 3D printer offers maximum build envelope capacity (X-Y-Z) of 15” (381 mm) x 13” (330 mm) × 18" (460 mm) and is equipped with 3D Systems' latest print driver, automated part nesting on the fly and an optional, automated material handling module that streamlines production and recycling of materials.

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