Discover the most precise compact SLS system for all industries
|Sinterit Lisa PRO||Sinterit Lisa|
|110 x 150 x 250 mm (4.3 x 6.2 x 9.1 [in])||Flexa/TPE – high accuracy max print volume||110 x 150 x 150 [mm] (4.3 x 6.3 x 5.9 [in])|
|90 x 130 x 230 [mm] (3.5 x 4.7 x 9 [in])||PA – high accuracy max print volume||90 x 130 x 130 [mm] (3.5 x 4.7 x 5.1 [in])|
Materials for nitrogen use
|Sinterit Studio 2019||Software||Sinterit Studio 2019|
|Capacitive 7 [in]||Touchscreen||Resistive 4 [in]|
Among our customers are engineers, educators, inventors, designers from the companies of all sizes and top world universities.
Plug & print
Before shipping, every printer passes a few days long calibration and testing procedure in our factory to make your experience as smooth as possible.
30 August, 2019
Could you imagine a product made all in one piece? We can, because SLS 3D printing technology makes it possible to print very complicated structures in just one take. But in real life, we are surrounded by objects made from a lot of parts that require to be connected somehow. From this article, you will learn how to design connections for 3D printed, SLS models.
13 August, 2019
After 35 years of skyrocketing development of additive manufacturing, the market is full of different solutions. For the newcomer it is hard to figure out which one technology is a best fit, so the purchase decision is typically based on two factors: popularity and price.
23 July, 2019
There is a wide variety of polymer powders suitable for the SLS technology. How come that the materials have such different properties? Polyamide (PA) is strong and resistant while thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) is elastic and rubber-like. To answer those questions you need to zoom in into the molecular structure of the polymers.