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Discover the most precise compact SLS system for all industries

Lisa Pro – extended possibilities

Lisa – industrial quality

Sinterit LISA Pro Sinterit LISA
Available Status Available
316 [mm] (12.4 [in]) Max. size of print diagonally  245 [mm] (9.6 [in])
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])
Built-in Nitrogen chamber
PA11 Onyx
PA12 Smooth
Flexa Black
Flexa Grey
Flexa Soft
Flexa Bright
Materials for nitrogen use
open materials
Powders PA12 Smooth
Flexa Black
Flexa Grey
Flexa Soft
Flexa Bright
Sinterit Studio 2019 Software Sinterit Studio 2019
Capacitive 7 [in] Touchscreen Resistive 4 [in]

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Among our customers are engineers, educators, inventors, designers from the companies of all sizes and top world universities.

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Before shipping, every printer passes a few days long calibration and testing procedure in our factory to make your experience as smooth as possible.


23 July, 2019

Filling Sinterit Lisa pro with powder

Open parameters: how to start experimenting with SLS powders

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.

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2 July, 2019


Engineers are converting into 3D printing to get better-paid jobs

It is impossible to imagine the future of automotive, aerospace or even medicine without rapid prototyping. Engineers and lab assistants are learning this new technology to become better-paid professionals. What is the most effective way to learn advanced 3D printing technology?

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27 June, 2019


Universities need small SLS 3D printers. Comparison with big SLS devices.

Education sector uses 3D printers a lot. From simple and cheap FDMs to the most sophisticated metal printing devices. Teaching, testing, printing a lot. Those devices need to be simple, affordable, high tech and easy to repair.

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