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Introducing the Fuse 1: Product Deep Dive

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Until now, SLS has been unavailable to most businesses, due to high costs and difficult workflows. At Formlabs, we’re changing the industry.

We’ve designed the most approachable selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D printer, the Fuse 1. Accompanying it is the Fuse Sift, an all-in-one powder recovery station for the Fuse 1.

In this webinar, our APAC Applications Engineer, Seiko Nishino, introduce you to the Fuse 1 and the Fuse Sift, and show you how SLS printing can create production-ready nylon parts.

What you will learn:

  • What you can print on the Fuse 1, with customer examples.
  • A step-by-step guide on how to print on the Fuse 1 and Fuse Sift.
  • Everything you need to know about our Nylon 12 Powder and how you can recycle it.
  • The four benefits of in-house SLS 3D printing.

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Webinar Speakers


Seiko Nishino

APAC Applications Engineer

Seiko Nishino, Applications Engineer at Formlabs, works to introduce 3D printers to workflows and explore new uses of 3D printers. Seiko has worked on CAE specializing in heat transfer simulations in her previous job and her background is in mechanical engineering where she conducted research on 3D printing of medical implants, and since then have been working with 3D printers.