SLS 3D PRINTING TECHNOLOGY
Selective Laser Sintering
Technology for 3D Printing of Large and Small components in unmatched detail using SondaSYS SLS 3D Printer.
from LeoSparq Ltd.
When you work with LeoSparq Ltd. you get more than just an SLS 3D printer. You gain access to our expertise in top-quality large scale 3D printing.
Our SLS 3D Printing machines make your projects run efficiently providing you with highest quality resolution you expect from your 3D printer.
We are always ready to offer assistance and advice you to get the most out of your 3D printing machine. You can rely on LeoSparq to provide 100% support for training, maintenance, and service of your industrial 3D printer in Chicago.
In the unlikely event your 3D Printer needs repairs, we are here to help. Contact us to arrange a visit to your facility to make the appropriate repairs. We only use Original Equipment Manufactured (OEM) parts when carrying out repairs.
We offer a minimum of one-year guarantee on our SLS 3D printing machines. When you make your purchase, you have the option of extending your guarantee beyond one year. No matter what you choose we offer a 100% guarantee on all parts and services when you need it most.
All our large SLS 3D printer maintenance is offered absolutely free of charge when serviced within warranty period. We will instruct you on what parts of the 3D printing machine need maintenance and when servicing is required to keep it running optimally at all times.
Purchasing a new SondaSys SLS 3D Printer from LeoSparq includes a full one-week training experience. You will learn how to operate and maintain your large SLS 3D printer with the help of our experts taking you through every step of the process in full detail. We are always by your side.
Two sizes of building chamber:
SMALLER 265 x 265 x 310 mm
LARGER: 365 x 365 x 610 mm
Materials: PA11, PA12 based powders.
Wide options of cutomization
(ex. to high temperature materials like PA6).
Whether you have a prototype, machine part, or a small limited series of items that you need to create, you can count on LeoSparq as the leader among 3D printing companies. We can act fast to have your project completed and sent directly to you in just a few short days.
How the Process Works
First, we can assess the time and cost of your project based on the material needed, a description of the piece, size, and whether a diagram is required. As each project is unique, we will consult with you about the details of your SLS 3D printing needs. You can rely on transparency throughout the process, along with a low cost, as our SLS 3D printer is the newest technology available, so you can take advantage of introductory pricing.
How to Order a Part
You may send us a 3D sketch containing the 3D model you would like to put through our commercial 3D printer. Depending on several factors, we can complete your SLS 3D printing within about 1 week.
If you have a physical component that is broken or damaged in some way, and you need to bring it back to life, with us is in 100% possible. We can print it and make it work exactly as original part. In this case, we will need to create a 3D model prior to beginning the printing process, which can increase the time it takes for a final product.
You may be looking for a newly designed piece that you can produce for the first time. Simply send us the specifics in a 3D drawing and our team can run it through our 3D SLS printer for you. You will be holding your part in your hands as soon as we have completed the process and delivered it to your door.
LeoSparq Ltd. makes it easy to create the parts you need with the latest in cutting-edge 3D printing machines. Contact us in Chicago for the best commercial 3D printer solutions that can accommodate any project at a good price.
LeoSparq Ltd. can help your factory production and assembly lines become more efficient while also lowering costs through large 3D printers. As the only authorized dealer, partner, and distributor of SondaSys Printers in Chicago, North America, we can provide you with access to the most cutting-edge technology that’s capable of adapting to your manufacturing process.
With this industrial 3D printer, you can raise your production levels efficiently with a fast and reliable method of production integrated directly into your production stream. We can also design and create parts for you on a limited basis. As a part of your manufacturing system, it’s easy to include a large scale 3D printer.
Our SondaSys printers offer an opportunity for a wide range of 3D printing in medicine. Medical 3D printing can construct medical parts and accessories down to the finest detail, making each product to the highest medical-grade standards. For prostheses, our SondaSys systems are perfect to handle 3D printing medical devices. And in the field of dental prostheses, these devices can provide accurate and custom fitting 3D printed dentures very efficiently.
Our systems work as an incredible option in the aviation industry by 3D printing aircraft parts. This solves logistical issues to source already manufactured parts, making it fast and efficient to acquire these much-needed parts. With aircraft 3D printing, these aircrafts can be put through maintenance quicker and easier than waiting for what’s needed otherwise. These are large printers that are capable of handling such huge projects, making 3D printing aircraft parts an important aspect of the industry.
In such a far-reaching industry, it’s important to be able to handle the ever-growing need for car parts quickly and effectively. With 3D printed car parts, you can keep up with demand while also maintaining a high level of quality in each part. Our units not only produce 3D printed auto parts, but they are highly adaptable to include 3D printed car accessories too. Adding a 3D printer to your facility can enhance your workflow with quick access to the auto parts you need.
The incredibly wide range of electronics commercially available is staggering, and whether you need to scale up production or provide maintenance for all those products, you can add a large 3D printer to your operations. A commercial 3D printer allows you to stay ahead of the curve with a system that can efficiently contribute to your electronics facility to produce the parts you need with detail and quality at the heart of your operations.
Various types of lasers have different ways of producing light. This means they have different factors that create the light seen. In a CO2 laser, this factor is a carbon dioxide cloud. But generally, the construction of these different lasers is actually very similar. They each have a cylinder surrounded by the medium which shines into it. Most SLS 3D printer manufacturers use CO2 lasers, just like we do.
This is not because they are more economical than an ex-fiber laser. A CO2 laser is used in SLS 3D printing units because a large percentage of the power produced by the laser is absorbed by polyamide powder, rather than being bounced off the powder surface. The CO2 laser’s light (a length of 10.6 µm) is mostly absorbed by powder particles. If we attempt to use this during the laser sintering process in an ex-fiber or LED laser, most of the light would reflect off the powder resulting in a significant reduction in power.
SondaSYS industrial 3D printer devices usually use 60 W or 80 W lasers. But customers may also select a 100 W laser. To effectively eliminate power fluctuations, these include an HS (high stability) quality laser, ensuring that any power fluctuations are lower than 2%. This is how we can use a fast laser with more power in a 3D SLS printer while also providing final model surfaces that are comparable to those produced using slower units with lower-powered lasers. The laser’s full power is only used when a quick scan of the surface is needed. The unit will then react fast to move the mirrors and fill in the surface. You can be certain that you will not often use the full range of power with the 60 W or 80 W CO2 laser in an industrial 3D printer. So even after a decrease in power through hundreds of working hours, you can expect the same level of quality production, stability, and power from your high-resolution 3D printer. Even if an entire build of a printout ordinarily takes dozens of hours, the laser work only requires a few minutes.
What About Power?
The critical element in regards to power is that the right amount of energy is pumped into the material at the right time. So with a weak laser, the energy poured into the powder will be on a lower scale, resulting in a 3D printing process that is much longer but will usually end up as a very nice surface. That means the smaller the laser, the slower the SLS 3D printing. Despite the longer time required, the sintered model produced with a weak laser often has the desired finished surface. These units use 100% (30 W) of their power. In the end, it is much easier to consistently control the power and stability of the selective laser sintering process.
SondaSYS SL02 is the new standard in industrial 3D printer devices. It uses selective laser sintering technology (polyamide/plastic powders) that is entirely constructed in Poland from start to finish. This piece of engineering is produced by a team of engineers and market experts with more than 15-years of experience in the SLS 3D printing industry and CAD/CAM services.
The SL02 model is equipped with the most advanced optical system available from Cambridge Technology. So the SLS 3D printer ensures the highest level of model quality along with a significant reduction in time needed to complete the work.
TWO BUILD VOLUMES
With its unique optical solutions, SondaSYS SL02 is the only SLS 3D printer in the global market with the option to change the build volume dimensions. That means it can use a smaller or larger build space based on current manufacturing needs, which offers significant savings on powder materials, time, power, and project costs.
With open and editable print parameters, this large scale 3D printer is designed to function with all materials provided. So users can freely choose materials based on the needs of each individual project. As a powder 3D printer, models are produced using PA11 and PA12 powders. Upon special request, we are able to customize the selective laser sintering model to use high-temperature materials, including PA6.