Node-free minimal surfaces sheet-based lattices can have high specific strength and stiffness. Their mechanical properties can be controllable by adjusting unit cell parameters (size, topology, etc.). In this study, Co-Cr-Mo alloy sheet lattices were manufactured by using selective laser melting (SLM). Among the minimal surface shape, Neovius and Schoen's I-WP (hereinafter, IWP) were selected with different unit cell sizes (1mm, 2.5mm, 5mm). And their mechanical properties were investigated. In the results of tensile tests, yield strength, stiffness and elongation of Neovius were higher in all unit cell sizes. Moreover, energy absorption properties of Neovius were also superior. EBSD and Digital image correlation analysis was performed to analyze the micro to macro deformation behavior by topology, and to determine the synergetic effect of the microstructure and topology. Based on the results, the deformation behavior of the Co-Cr-Mo sheet lattice produced by the SLM were also discussed.