“PoseidonTap” – a Student Project for the Future

In an interdisciplinary course the team around mechanical engineering student Eric Hayoz developed a multifunctional tap attachment. To be able to construct the prototype in a timely manner, the students also made use of the SLS technology.

Print Your Mind: A Custom Watch Strap by Mike

Sintratec community member Mike sent us his beautiful 3D design of a custom watch strap, perfectly tailored to his wrist. We 3D printed it on the Sintratec S2 System – watch the video to see how he makes use of it!

Print Your Mind: A Custom PC Mouse Cover by Sintratec

Sintratec 3D operator Tomy designed a customized PC Mouse cover, perfectly tailored to a hand scan. After photogrammetry, modeling and 3D printing the part on our Sintratec S2 system, we now use it for our office mice.

Webinar: Transforming Ideas into Realities

We held the first Sintratec Webinar with pioneering Additive Designer Stephan Henrich last march. Now Henrich has prepared a follow-up course about his additive designing process, from the idea in his head to the physical 3D part. Register now for the second Sintratec Webinar and expand your AM knowledge – it is 100% free! We will notify you via E-Mail once the Webinar goes live on Thursday, the 11th of June at 5pm CET.

Print Your Mind: A Mechanical Phone Stand by Damian

Sintratec community member Damian was among the first to make use of what we offered to our webinar viewers in March: To send us a 3D model and receive their own SLS print for free – in exchange for us to feature the design. Check out his ingenious Mechanical Phone Stand!

Anti Touch Keychain Tool

Designer Stephan Friedrich created an Anti Touch Keychain Tool against the COVID-19 pandemic – we 3D printed it on the Sintratec S2 system and our team uses it daily to open public doors or to type in credit card pins.

Sintratec S2 end-use parts 3D printed on the S2

Sintratec trusts in its own technology. This becomes evident when taking a closer look at the latest machine generation: Over 50 end-use parts in the Sintratec S2 are manufactured additively with our technology. Meaning that these components are themselves 3D printed on a Sintratec S2 and then built into a new S2 system, providing functionality […]

Supporting medical care during the COVID-19 crisis

Materia Srl from Italy successfully uses the Sintratec S2 3D printing system in the fight against the coronavirus. With 3D-printed adapters, diving masks can be transformed into respiratory devices, thus significantly helping to relieve regional hospitals. Sintratec supports these efforts as far as possible and provides the company with the necessary printing material free of […]

Stop the Spread of Germs!

Door handles are among the most contagious places in a building. To help against the current spread of COVID-19, Materialise designed and published a hands-free door opener for the public – and we decided to 3D print it for our office on the Sintratec S2!

Sintratec S2 – the ideal response to special market needs

Morad, a leading distributor of aluminum and glass systems, is one of the first companies in Poland to implement the Sintratec S2 into their production. The modular SLS system is used to develop new products for the construction industry and to respond quickly to unconventional customer needs.