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 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.
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.
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.
To assist him in his daily production work, Sintratec 3D Operator Tomy designed a wearable third hand. 3D printed on the Sintratec S2 System, the part consists of a stable PA12 wrist brace, a flexible TPE strap and various movable tools.
Have you ever wondered what the key advantages of Selective Laser Sintering are? We produced a video with our top 5 reasons that would make this powder bed technology the ideal choice for your next manufacturing project!
In a unique Live-Event Sintratec presents its 3D printing technology closer than ever. From November 10th to the 12th, parts were live printed, depowdered and tested in the in-house experience center of the Swiss start-up. Viewers of the livestream were given an authentic insight into the world of Selective Laser Sintering (SLS).
A Swiss student project is shooting for the stars: As part of the student association for space, the team of project EULER is building the first supersonic rocket of Switzerland. For their construction, the students also make use 3D printing technologies such as Selective Laser Sintering (SLS).
ETHEC city is a Swiss student project that aims to radically change the mobility of tomorrow with the technologies of today. To face the challenges of climate change and sustainability, the team develops an electric motorcycle with an ingenious two-wheel drive that saves energy and improves the range.
Our Technical Lead Engineer Stefan Noser was always fascinated by 3D printed organic shapes. To illustrate the maximum printable volume of our Sintratec S2 system he decided to redesign the build cylinder with a voronoi structure. Watch the video to see how much parts you can produce with just a single print job!