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 is strengthening its presence in Western Europe. Thanks to the new partnership with the industrial specialist Bender AM from the Netherlands, the Swiss manufacturer of compact SLS systems is now well represented in the Benelux region.
The coronavirus is persistent. In order to protect the health of the Swiss population all major events with more than 1000 people have been banned until March 15th 2020. The AM Expo and its 120 exhibitors, including Sintratec, are affected.
The Sintratec technology turns the wildest concepts into a tangible reality – such like this model of a beach and city cruiser with an all-wheel drive. Register now for an exclusive Webinar with its designer Stephan Henrich and learn more about the many possibilities of additive technologies.
By Selective Laser Sintering the most complex shapes become a reality. Such like this functional wallet by designer and architect Stephan Henrich, which was printed on the new Sintratec S2 system.
The Swiss Plastics Expo in Lucerne is the specialist trade fair and symposium for everyone who works with plastics. As a Swiss high-tech company with focus on 3D printing of plastics, Sintratec naturally was also exhibiting there. Read more
Sintratec is very proud to announce its partnership with Daimler Trucks & Buses. The Sintratec S2 system was recently introduced at the production site of the subsidiary EvoBus GmbH in Neu-Ulm.
Sintratec exhibits at many events over the year but no other feels quite like Formnext, the biggest trade show in the additive world. This year we presented our Sintratec S2 as well as new material previews and also featured the user side of the technology with architect and robotic designer Stephan Henrich.
Previously, Sintratec engineer Andi showed how he designed and 3D printed an FPV racing drone with selective laser sintering. After some weeks of testing and adjusting, he finally felt confident to take the first test outdoors. How will the drone perform?
At the Ilmac, the Swiss industrial fair for chemistry and life sciences, Sintratec presents a groundbreaking application together with its user FabRx, a spin-out from University College London.