With the Material Developer Upgrade the Sintratec S2 system is transformed into a powerful application development platform with over 100 configurable parameters to help you adapt existing or develop entirely new SLS materials.
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.
Creative minds could prove themselves with the creation of 3D models in the Sintratec Design Competition 2021. Our jury chose Adam Müller as the winner, who designed a framework for his drone.
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?
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.
Modifying the Sintratec Blasting Station Sintratec’s Mechanical Engineer Angelo Bulgheroni designed and 3D printed stable PA12 adapters to mount a suction hose to the Sintratec Blasting Station. Angelo made two different versions and he will explain what they are for and how to mount them to this peripheral system.
Do you want more than just a 3D printer? The Sintratec S2 is a modular, scalable manufacturing plattform, ideally suited for professional prototyping and production. Watch our new Advertising Video where we summarize the benefits and potential of the SLS system.
Printable Vacuum Cleaner Nozzle Sintratec Mechanical Engineer Angelo Bulgheroni designed a printable nozzle for the Sintratec vacuum cleaning solution, thus making depowdering of smaller parts easier than ever. The STL file is available to download for everyone.
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.