Laser melting is an additive manufacturing method that uses a laser to heat a material into a fully melted liquid form. This is essentially the same process used in laser sintering with a few technical differences. Laser sintering uses heat to compact material into a solid form but does not liquefy it. Finished products also differ with laser melted objects offering different properties in terms of crystal structure and porosity.
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