Farsoon Technologies

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Farsoon specializes in innovation and invests heavily in the R&D and manufacture of SLS equipment and materials, rapid prototyping processing services, and SLS technical service support. In 2010 Farsoon successfully developed China’s first high-end Selective Laser Sintering machine.

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