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Selective Laser Melting (SLM) is a metal powder-based 3D printing technology that uses one or more high-power lasers to melt and solidify the material layer by layer.The laser follows the 3D pattern, heating and melting the metal powder to form a solid object.
This technology is also known as Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS), although there are some differences between the two processes.

SLM is particularly suitable for the production of metal components with complex geometries, such as aircraft parts, medical implants and high-performance automotive components.
Materials commonly used in SLM include stainless steel, titanium, aluminum and nickel alloys.

Used in SLM to create strong, wear-resistant metal parts, stainless steel offers excellent resistance to corrosion and high temperatures. It is suitable for applications in industries such as automotive, aerospace, medical and manufacturing.
Aluminum is a lightweight metal with high corrosion resistance and good mechanical properties. In SLM, it is used to create lightweight and strong components for aerospace, automotive, and robotics.
Titanium is a light and strong metal with excellent corrosion resistance and biocompatibility. Used in SLM to produce parts for the aerospace, medical, and automotive industries, such as engine components and orthopedic implants.
Inconel is a high-performance nickel-chromium alloy with excellent high temperature and corrosion resistance. In SLM, it is used to produce components for the aerospace, energy and chemical industries, where high temperature resistance is essential.
Pure nickel is used in SLM to create components with high resistance to corrosion and high temperatures. It is suitable for applications in aggressive environments and in industries such as aerospace, energy and chemistry.
Chrome-Cobalt alloys are biocompatible, wear-resistant and corrosion-resistant. They are used in SLM to create components in the dental and medical fields, such as prosthetics and orthopedic implants.
Copper is a metal with excellent thermal and electrical conductivity. Used in SLM to create components for the electrical, electronics and cooling industries, as well as components for aerospace and automotive applications.
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