Injection molded components are common inside cars. But what if they break and there are no spare parts available? That is exactly why our colleague replaced the latch lid clip of his center console with an SLS 3D printed PA12 part – precise, robust and durable.
Selective laser sintering allows not only for stable applications, but can also be very practical for everyday life. We 3D printed this adjustable laptop holder to provide a better angle when working on a notebook – a useful helper for the office and for on the road.
At the beginning of this year, we launched the Sintratec Shoe Design Contest. After receiving an overwhelming amount of creative and original footwear designs, we would now like to present our 3 winners.
Performance Footwear Designer Daniel Shirley created the “Earth Moc concept”, a recovery shoe for light hiking. Inspired by intertwining roots and vines, the single material shoe was 3D printed on the Sintratec S2 system with flexible TPE. In the video, the designer shares his thoughts and challenges.
3D printing has become a great way to bring the most fascinating shoe designs to life – in ways that would not be possible with conventional methods. Do you have a unique idea for footwear but no access to industrial 3D printers? Then this Sintratec Design Contest is the ideal chance for you!
With 2021 coming to an end, we take a look back at the many fascinating 3D printing applications we showcased over the last year and choose our personal top 5. Do you agree with our picks? What inspired you the most in the past year?
A nutcracker with a broken handle ends up near the Sintratec headquarters where it is rescued and repaired with the help of 3D printing. Made with robust PA12 material, the replacement part works just as planned – saving the Christmas spirit of the Sintratec employees.
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.
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!