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Sintratec SLS 3D Printers

SLS 3D Printing Systems Made In Switzerland

Sintratec’s Professional SLS 3D printers provide an extensive array of possibilities perfectly suited for both small and larger companies alike. Whether it is rapid prototyping or end-use applications, our SLS technology empowers businesses of all sizes to create high-quality, functional parts with efficiency and precision.

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Our SLS 3D Printers

Industrial SLS 3D printers, ideal for rapid prototyping and small series to larger manufacturing setups, meeting all production needs with outstanding Swiss quality and reliability.

The Sintratec S3 is the latest fusion module for the Sintratec All-Material Platform. Developed for around-the-clock SLS 3D printing, the S3 is a workhorse that packs a punch. Its 30-watt fiber laser fuses powder particles into precise, industrial-grade objects at unprecedented speeds.
The Sintratec S2 is the first-generation AMP Fusion Module and offers an excellent entry into the world of industrial 3D printing. Since its introduction in 2019, the Sintratec S2 has proven itself in a broad variety of industries worldwide for production, prototyping, and research.
AMP All Material Platform

Sintratec All-Material Platform

Reduce downtimes, increase your throughput and achieve a lower cost per part.

The Sintratec All-Material Platform (AMP) is a modular 3D printing system that seamlessly processes both polymers and metals on the same production line, allowing you to scale your setup effortlessly. Its interchangeable modules ensure compatibility and rapid material changes without cross-contamination.

World’s first SLS assembly kit, optimized for research & education purposes. The kit’s ease of operation and adjustable settings for laser speed and temperature make it ideal for creating functional prototypes, offering open parameters to cater to various project needs. 

SLS 3D Printer Materials

Find The Right Material For Your Application

Enhance your manufacturing capabilities with Sintratec’s SLS 3D printers. Ideal for engineers, designers, and manufacturers aiming to produce functional prototypes and durable end-use components. From strong PA12 to flexible TPE, Sintratec’s  SLS 3D printers can process a multitude of SLS powders, ensuring your projects meet the exact specifications and performance criteria you require.

How to 3D Print Metal parts with a Polymer SLS Printer

The Cold Metal Fusion process has revolutionized the manufacturing landscape by enabling the production of intricate and dense metal components using polymer SLS printers. Discover how the Sintratec All-Material Platform can be your first step into industrial metal 3D printing.

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Hardware for Cleaning and Post-Processing

Easily depowder your objects, improve the surface finish of your parts, and collect unused material for your next print job.

FAQ

Why do you only print dark materials and not white?
Due to the type of laser used in our fusion modules, we need to add absorbent to the plastic powders we offer. → Laser Deep Dive
Why does the build chamber have a cylindrical shape?
Cylindrical build chamber allows better thermal stability across the whole building area and uniform scaling factors compared with a rectangular chamber.
Can I use third suppliers materials?
Yes, with dedicated software license – Material Developer Upgrade.
What is AMP?
The Sintratec All-Material Platform (AMP) is a modular 3D printing system that can seamlessly process both polymers and metals. Its innovative, interchangeable modules allow you to scale your production effortlessly, ensuring compatibility and rapid material change without cross-contamination.
Do I need all three modules of your 3D printing system?
Yes, to start printing you need: Fusion Module (S2 or S3), Build Module (MCU-160 or MCU-220) and Material Handling Module.
Do you offer a demo license?
Yes, we offer a trial version of the Productivity Upgrade (Sintratec Nesting Solution).
Due to the type of laser used in our fusion modules, we need to add absorbent to the plastic powders we offer. → Laser Deep Dive
Cylindrical build chamber allows better thermal stability across the whole building area and uniform scaling factors compared with a rectangular chamber.
Yes, with dedicated software license – Material Developer Upgrade.
The Sintratec All-Material Platform (AMP) is a modular 3D printing system that can seamlessly process both polymers and metals. Its innovative, interchangeable modules allow you to scale your production effortlessly, ensuring compatibility and rapid material change without cross-contamination.
Yes, to start printing you need: Fusion Module (S2 or S3), Build Module (MCU-160 or MCU-220) and Material Handling Module.
Yes, we offer a trial version of the Productivity Upgrade (Sintratec Nesting Solution).
Is your system open?
We offer a dedicated licence: the Material Developer Upgrade, which opens up more than 100 different print parameters such as temperature and laser controls.
What is the cooldown time after printing?
Depends on system used, material type, build density and print height. Our software calculates the cooldown time and displays it on the Fusion Module screen.
Is it possible to remove the build unit while cooling?
Yes, after printing, the build unit must remain in the Fusion Module for approximately 1 hour before it can be removed. When printing is complete, the Fusion Module screen will inform you of the cooling process time.
What is the spot size of the laser?
Around 145μm
What is the ratio of fresh to used powder?
Depends on the used material: – PA12 (30% Fresh / 70% Used) – PA12 GF (40% Fresh / 60% Used) – TPE (10% Fresh / 90% Used) The Material Handling Module guides the user through the dedicated mixing and sieving process.
What is the maximum packing density?
We do not limit packing density. Better print quality is generally achieved at lower packing densities. If the density is very high, the software can limit the total height of the print.
Can I remote control the printers?
Yes, our Central Software allows us to start/abort prints remotely, import print jobs and check the status of the system. You can also use it to access your printer’s live camera.

FAQ

Why do you only print dark materials and not white?
Due to the type of laser used in our fusion modules, we need to add absorbent to the plastic powders we offer. → Laser Deep Dive
What is the cooldown time after printing?
Depends on system used, material type, build density and print height. Our software calculates the cooldown time and displays it on the Fusion Module screen.
Why does the build chamber have a cylindrical shape?
Cylindrical build chamber allows better thermal stability across the whole building area and uniform scaling factors compared with a rectangular chamber.
Is it possible to remove the build unit while cooling?
Yes, after printing, the build unit must remain in the Fusion Module for approximately 1 hour before it can be removed. When printing is complete, the Fusion Module screen will inform you of the cooling process time.
Can I use third suppliers materials?
Yes, with dedicated software license – Material Developer Upgrade.
What is the spot size of the laser?
Around 145μm
What is AMP?
The Sintratec All-Material Platform (AMP) is a modular 3D printing system that can seamlessly process both polymers and metals. Its innovative, interchangeable modules allow you to scale your production effortlessly, ensuring compatibility and rapid material change without cross-contamination.
What is the ratio of fresh to used powder?
Depends on the used material: – PA12 (30% Fresh / 70% Used) – PA12 GF (40% Fresh / 60% Used) – TPE (10% Fresh / 90% Used) The Material Handling Module guides the user through the dedicated mixing and sieving process.
Do I need all three modules of your 3D printing system?
Yes, to start printing you need: Fusion Module (S2 or S3), Build Module (MCU-160 or MCU-220) and Material Handling Module.
What is the maximum packing density?
We do not limit packing density. Better print quality is generally achieved at lower packing densities. If the density is very high, the software can limit the total height of the print.
Do you offer a demo license?
Yes, we offer a trial version of the Productivity Upgrade (Sintratec Nesting Solution).
Can I remote control the printers?
Yes, our Central Software allows us to start/abort prints remotely, import print jobs and check the status of the system. You can also use it to access your printer’s live camera.
Is your system open?
We offer a dedicated licence: the Material Developer Upgrade, which opens up more than 100 different print parameters such as temperature and laser controls.

FAQ

Why do you only print dark materials and not white?
Due to the type of laser used in our fusion modules, we need to add absorbent to the plastic powders we offer. → Laser Deep Dive
Why does the build chamber have a cylindrical shape?
Cylindrical build chamber allows better thermal stability across the whole building area and uniform scaling factors compared with a rectangular chamber.
Can I use third suppliers materials?
Yes, with dedicated software license – Material Developer Upgrade.
What is AMP?
The Sintratec All-Material Platform (AMP) is a modular 3D printing system that can seamlessly process both polymers and metals. Its innovative, interchangeable modules allow you to scale your production effortlessly, ensuring compatibility and rapid material change without cross-contamination.
Do I need all three modules of your 3D printing system?
Yes, to start printing you need: Fusion Module (S2 or S3), Build Module (MCU-160 or MCU-220) and Material Handling Module.
Do you offer a demo license?
Yes, we offer a trial version of the Productivity Upgrade (Sintratec Nesting Solution).
Is your system open?
We offer a dedicated licence: the Material Developer Upgrade, which opens up more than 100 different print parameters such as temperature and laser controls.
What is the cooldown time after printing?
Depends on system used, material type, build density and print height. Our software calculates the cooldown time and displays it on the Fusion Module screen.
Is it possible to remove the build unit while cooling?
Yes, after printing, the build unit must remain in the Fusion Module for approximately 1 hour before it can be removed. When printing is complete, the Fusion Module screen will inform you of the cooling process time.
What is the spot size of the laser?
Around 145μm
What is the ratio of fresh to used powder?
Depends on the used material: – PA12 (30% Fresh / 70% Used) – PA12 GF (40% Fresh / 60% Used) – TPE (10% Fresh / 90% Used) The Material Handling Module guides the user through the dedicated mixing and sieving process.
What is the maximum packing density?
We do not limit packing density. Better print quality is generally achieved at lower packing densities. If the density is very high, the software can limit the total height of the print.
Can I remote control the printers?
Yes, our Central Software allows us to start/abort prints remotely, import print jobs and check the status of the system. You can also use it to access your printer’s live camera.