Formnext 2021: The Nesting Solution live and in color

In 2021, the Formnext exhibition was once again held physically in Frankfurt. And for the sixth time in our company history, Sintratec participated as well – presenting our brand new Nesting Solution live and in color to the interested audience. In our recap video, CEO Dominik Solenicki, CTO Christian von Burg and Head of M&S Gabor Koppanyi share their thoughts and insights.

Formnext 2021: We are ready!

Physical Formnext is back and we at Sintratec are super excited to present our technology live and in color again at this year’s exhibition! Visit us from the 16. – 19. November at Hall 12.1 / Booth C01 in Frankfurt – we are looking forward to meeting you!

Nesting Deep Dive

Achieve twice the packing density, save 30 minutes of manual work, and reduce material and printing time by 40% – with the click of a single button! In this in-depth video we present the full potential of our new Software feature, the Sintratec Nesting Solution.

Bringing robots to life with 3D printing

Students of the project Dyana are fusing animation and robotics together to create a cat-like character with realistic movements. To manufacture their intricate prototype, Andrina Grimm and her team also rely on Sintratec’s 3D printing technology.

3D Printed Components for a Greener Mobility

ETH students of the Paris Hybrid project are integrating a new hybrid drive train that will improve our road traffic ecologically. To support this low-emission mobility project, Sintratec sponsored 3D printed nylon components to the students.

SLS 3D printed spider decoration

We designed and SLS 3D printed with Sintratec TPE powder a spider decoration which was laser sintered on the Sintratec S2 System. Our 3D operator put it on the test on his rusty looking motorcycle.

An SLS 3D printed cryptic Puzzle – by Sintratec

We designed and 3D printed a crypted riddle which was laser sintered on the Sintratec S2 System. Inside the part, we hid a small gift and challenged two students to solve the puzzle.

The next generation of formula racing

The Formula Student Team FST Lisboa from Portugal makes use of various 3D printing technologies to build next-generation electric and autonomous driving race cars. For their current prototypes, Sintratec has sponsored multiple laser sintered components to the students.

A laser sintered Orthosis designed by Stephan Henrich

Stephan Henrich has designed a prototype of an orthosis that was subsequently 3D printed on the Sintratec S2 System The part is intended to be worn after a wrist overload or injury when it is still necessary to restrict the mobility of the arm as a protective measure.

Customizing a Mountain Bike with SLS 3D Printing

Sintratec service technician Dario is a passionate mountain bike rider. To optimize his bicycle, he redesigned various components and 3D printed them on the Sintratec S2 system. Once assembled, the parts were successfully put to the test on a downhill trail.