High Quality Parts in Hours not Days
Introducing the Fuse 1+ 30W, engineered to deliver unprecedented print speeds and material enablement, for truly rapid production in-house and high ROI.
Fuse 1+ 30W
Designed for maximum output and minimum waste
Building on effective powder containment and an easy setup, Fuse 1+ 30W is equipped with a powerful, 30W laser enabling same-day delivery of prototypes and end-use parts. Active powder handling unlocks the use of exclusive, new materials such as carbon fiber-reinforced nylon, and a nitrogen purge print option allows for unprecedented performance and consistency across all SLS parts.Download Guide
NEW Media Blasting Cabinet
Achieve professional, consistent parts that are clean to the touch faster and easier than ever before with Fuse Blast, an easy-to-use, fully automated cleaning and polishing solution for post-processing SLS 3D printed parts.
Fuse Blast seamlessly integrates into the Fuse Series ecosystem and streamlines your post-processing workflow, empowering you to fully clean a whole build chamber of printed parts within 30 minutes and drastically reducing labor time and cost. With the optional Polishing System, Fuse Blast takes your parts to another level by polishing them to a smooth, semi-gloss, and dye-ready surface finish, to deliver consistent, professional-grade results every time.
Fuse Depowdering Kit
The All-in-One Post Processing Kit
This affordable, all-in-one manual post-processing kit allows you to easily clean SLS parts, and recover, sift, and mix used powder to prepare for the next print. Easily switch between materials without the hassle of cleaning machinery or gain access to a complete Fuse SLS ecosystem for low-volume production at an affordable price point.
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Fuse 1+ 30W
- Prints up to 2x faster than Fuse 1 thanks to its powerful 30-Watt laser and enhanced galvanometer system
- Exclusive new materials enabled by the upgraded powder handling system
- Enhanced mechanical properties on existing and new materials thanks to the option to print in an inert gas environment with the nitrogen input