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Material Breakdown:  AME Nylon SLS Material

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Andrew Scholey

Every additive manufacturing  material has its own  strengths and weaknesses. 

To make life easier, I've worked with the AME-3D production team to summarise the most important  characteristics of the different materials used across our AM technologies. 

Selective Laser Sintering is a highly popular 3D printing process, as it  is a very versatile process, which can produce robust end-use parts, as well as engineering prototypes. 

AME Nylon Infographic

What better way to start our new "Material Breakdown" series  than with the most popular material used in SLS 3D printing. 

To find out more about Selective Laser Sintering, visit the AME-3D  capabilities page here, or book a chat with our team today. 

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