Smooth SLS Printing in Half the Processing Time 


Uppsala, Sweden — Graphmatech is introducing a game-changing material for Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) 3D printing — AROS SLS PA11 ESD — powder engineered with graphene. 

Experience easy, safe handling and seamless printing without the mess, reducing the post-processing time by half. Our PA11 ESD powder flows easily through the printer and drastically simplifies the cleaning process. Thanks to its unique formulation, you’ll encounter much less dusting and avoid any material clinging to printer walls or other surfaces. This makes it easy to handle the powder and speeds up cleaning. 

Moreover, the printed components exhibit uniform conductivity in all directions, making them ideal for a wide range of applications including ESD protection, electronics packaging, sensors, circuits, automotive parts and defense systems. 

Our powder is compatible with a broad spectrum of 3D SLS printers such as EOS, SINTERIT, 3D Systems, Sharebot, and SINTRATEC, ensuring versatility across different printing platforms. 

For orders of any quantity of AROS SLS PA11 ESD, visit  

or reach out to our sales team at [email protected].  

Embrace the future of SLS 3D printing with Graphmatech’s  PA11 ESD powder where speed, efficiency, and quality meet. 

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