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.
Sintratec engineer (and aeromodelling enthusiast) Andi has been working on a 3D printed Racing Drone for quite some time. In this first video he gives insights about the design and building process that lead to his final model. Stay tuned for the follow-up clip when we take the drone to the test outdoors!
Bibus Menos Ltd., Sintratec’s Polish distribution partner, receives the European Gold Medal for the 3D printing system “Sintratec S2“. The system solution, which can be integrated into any office or production environment, was awarded as “the most innovative product brought to market in 2019”. The European Gold Medal is a non-commercial recommendation for outstanding products […]
Sintratec presents its brand-new SLS solution for the first time in the United States of America: The selective laser sintering system “Sintratec S2” celebrates its US premiere at Rapid + TCT in Detroit (booth #1753).
Opelika, Alabama (USA) – The partnership between Sintratec and the Southern Union State Community College has resulted in the donation of an elite piece of equipment for students’ use ahead of a new program offering at the college this fall.
Sintratec is now also represented by a new partner in Italy. With the experienced industrial partner CMF Marelli, the Swiss manufacturer of precise 3D printers now has a foothold in the middle of the important northern Italian market. At the end of March, Sintratec and CMF Marelli will be exhibiting together at the Mecspe trade […]
Thanks to the new cooperation with das Dokuteam NordWest GmbH, Sintratec is directly connected to the powerful market of Nordrhein-Westfalen and adjoining regions. With the two existing resellers in Baden-Württemberg and Bayern, Sintratec’s partner network is covering the whole German market now.
A big bang at Formnext – The new 3D printing system “Sintratec S2” raised a lot of attention among the exhibition visitors. Built for scalability, the modular compact system closes a gap in the additive manufacturing market. Why is there such a demand for the S2?
«Sintratec S2», the new compact system for selective laser sintering (SLS), celebrates its world premiere at Formnext in Frankfurt am Main (Hall 3.1, Booth G79). The brand-new 3D printing system is suitable for manufacturing prototypes as well as optimizing application designs of small- and medium-sized series.