3D print large (up to 30 in/750 mm long), durable plastic or composite parts and reduce part weaknesses associated with attachment points. For high throughput of high-quality, robust thermoplastic parts.
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Production thermoplastic parts with ProXTM and sProTM SLS printers
SLS production 3D printers are the proven industry standard. You benefit from 3D Systems’ experience with our truly global product support team, offering dedicated service and application engineers, to meet your rigorous quality requirements at facilities around the world. Stretch the life of your materials with durable, high precision builds and a reduced waste recycling system!
The sPro 230 production printer uses a state-of-the-art digital imaging system to accurately build large (up to 30 in/750 mm long), durable plastic parts in high-definition.
Accurate, tough production parts
The sPro SLS systems share a common architecture to produce high-resolution, durable thermoplastic parts available in medium to large build volumes.
TOUGH AND DURABLE PARTS
Industrial-grade technology relied on for the toughest applications, year after year.
EXCELLENT PART RESOLUTION, SURFACE FINISH AND EDGE DEFINITION
Print small to large parts with fine detail and sharp edges.
FLEXIBILITY THROUGH UPGRADE OPTIONS
Upgradeable with the flexibility to increase speed and resolution to match your needs now and in the future.
OPEN MATERIAL ARCHITECTURE
Broad choice of materials through flexible print parameters.
Limitless possibilities with tool-less manufacturing and sPro 230!
ELIMINATE TIME AND EXPENSE OF TOOLING
Direct manufacturing from a 3D CAD file eliminates cost and time involved in tooling and fixtures.
DESIGN FOR FUNCTION
sPro 230 technology frees designers from the restrictions of traditional manufacturing. Complete assemblies can be printed as one part, improving functionality, reducing cost and increasing reliability.
STREAMLINE YOUR WORKFLOW
Eliminates extensive programming and fixturing, freeing up your machinists. Drastically reduce assembly times by reducing total part count.
INCREASE MANUFACTURING AGILITY
Additive manufacturing requires no tooling, reducing overhead and increasing economies of scope.