Alumide is a 3D printing filament created with Laser Sintering technology. It works by spreading a very thin layer of powder on the bed of the machine, and a laser repeatedly melts thin lines in the substance that join together to form the model's layers. The print chamber is heated to a temperature just below the melting point of the powder, resulting in a large block of warm powder with printed models inside at the conclusion of the 3D printing process.
At the end of the 3D printing process, you’ll have a big block of warm powder with printed models inside.
Digging out the components, removing the loose powder, and cleaning the models are all final stages of the printing process after a rest. If you choose a natural finish, the components are now completed. Alternatively, your component may be dyed at this point.