Selective Laser Sintering

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is an additive manufacturing process that builds three-dimensional (3D) objects by applying subsequent layers of powder material on top of each other and by selectively fusing each layer with a laser beam, in accordance with the CAD geometry of the part, and adding successive thin layers until a solid object emerges.

Selective Laser Sintering of CAD models is available upon request only for students and faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Please refer to the Design Guidelines before submitting a request.