SLM has provided the opportunity for complete design freedom, with much quicker R&D.  Tooling for prototyping is no longer required, thus creating very low development costs, in quicker timeframes.  Added to this, highly complex structures with intricate internal details not previously able to be manufactured by traditional methods are now easily printed.
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Selective Laser Melting (SLM), 3D printing, is a type of Additive Manufacturing, which involves building pieces layer by layer.  The data from the CAD 3D design is converted into 2D layer profile.  The object is built as each layer of powder, approx 30-60 microns thick, is then selectively melted by laser to form the solid object. 
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3D printing is not only effective for rapid prototyping, it is highly cost effective for the production of complex parts.  With fewer assembly parts, integrating parts is simple and economic with no or minimal manual assembly required on the end product. There are very few 3D machines commercially available for use in the world..
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