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Technology No. 8: SHS What it is: Selective heat sintering technology

Inventors: Blueprinter ApS; Danish start-up company with patent SHS (selective heat sintering) technology.

Year: 2009

Materials: Thermoplastic powder optimized to work with SHS technology

Process: Sintering using a thermal printer head; that is, printer spreads thin layer of plastic powder across the build chamber, then thermal printer head moves and melts picture of cross section into a plastic powder layer. Object is built inside chamber surrounded by unmelted powders.

Price Range: Up to $25,000

Systems Sold by: Blueprinter ApS

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