If you want to do any of this at home, you'll still need a chemical debinder, in addition to the furnace.
Powder Metallurgy - Sintering Temperatures for Some Common Metals
Aluminum sinters around 600C or 1100F. Common aluminum alloys wouldn't be very strong coming out of the furnace because they age harden at much lower temperatures, around 400F.
The aluminum powders available for DMLS machines appear to be the high silicon variety to achieve good strength straight out of the printer.
I think the idea with these filaments is that the binder evaporates at high temperature, so additional chemical treatment isn't necessary to remove the binder.