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Stop the Spread of Germs!

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 S2 – the ideal response to special market needs

Morad, a leading distributor of aluminum and glass systems, is one of the first companies in Poland to implement the Sintratec S2 into their production. The modular SLS system is used to develop new products for the construction industry and to respond quickly to unconventional customer needs.

Sintratec now also represented in the Benelux region

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.

Print Your Mind: A bike design by Stephan Henrich

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.

Print Your Mind: A Laser Sintered Wallet

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.

Sintratec at the Swiss Plastics Expo 2020

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

Successful premiere of the first fully integrated SLS system

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?