Stereolithography Gets Flexible

Stereolithography Gets Flexible

Laser sintering is a manufacturing technique used to create 3D products by layering powder materials (plastic, metal or sand) that are fused together with a laser. What's interesting in the development of this technology is the use of laser sintering in products that aren't fixed shape.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 24 september 2007

We’ve mentioned the 3D Printing work of Freedom of Creation before and they’ve just hit us with details of their new design work which involves stereolithoraphic production – or laser sintering as they now seem to be calling it (in fact Laser Sintering seems to fit within the larger topic of Layer Manufacturing).

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