Farsoon’s Entry-Level PLS System Produces Detailed Parts
New processing systems and specially developed control software help the eForm achieve the functionality and power of an industrial AM system.
Farsoon’s eForm is an entry-level plastic laser sintering (PLS) system that is designed to have the functionality and power of an industrial additive manufacturing (AM) machine. New processing systems combined with the company’s control software help achieve detailed and functional parts. The 3D printing system comes standard with a streamlined touchscreen interface for easy operation. The system also includes the company’s self-developed software, which enables a variety of functions from build preparation to machine control and operations, while maintaining compatibility with third-party software and material.
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