With the rapid growth of 3D printing, some people may confuse the different types of printing processes. In fact, the misunderstanding is so great that organizations are creating standards to facilitate better communications when talking about additive-manufacturing (AM) processes. We’ll explore the differences between two of these AM processes: stereolithography (SLA) and selective laser sintering (SLS)...
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