Sinterit, the leader in desktop SLS technology, is offering a 10% discount on its Lisa system for Cyber Week. Until December 2nd the complete Lisa system bundle is available for €11,250 (plus VAT), making it even more affordable then the standard €12,500 price.
Leveraging advances selective laser sintering (SLS) technology, Sinterit Lisa enables users to 3D print functional thermoplastic parts and highly detailed, geometrically intricate structures. Physical 3D models and parts printed with the Lisa machine have been used for advanced design projects, end-use consumer products such as jewelry and accessories and even in the medical field, for post surgical checkups and pre-surgical preparation.
To further extend the range of Lisa’s possible applications, Sinterit introduced a new flexible, rubber-like material, the Flexa Black, which makes it possible to prototype flexible parts and components. With its standard PA12 and Flexa Black materials, Sinterit now offers new prototyping possibilities, both in terms of material capabilities and geometrical freedom, that are not available with any other similarly priced desktop system.
The Sinterit Lisa 3D printer is already the most affordable system on the market among fully assembled SLS 3D printers. The complete Cyber Week package makes it even more accessible: along with the machine, the offer also includes 6 kg of basic PA 12 material (regularly available at 110€/kg) and 2 kg of the new Flexa Black material (regularly priced at 130€/kg). This brings the total savings to € 2170.
Sinterit’s company mission is to make professional level SLS technology universally available. While thermal extrusion (fused filament fabrication) is the standard and most popular technology today for prosumer level desktop systems, the company believes that affordable and open powder bed fusion processes represent the next step evolutionary step in 3D printing, by making it possible to 3D print objects that are difficult or even impossible to produce by filament extrusion.
• A 10% discount on the Sinterit Lisa system
• Extra printing material: 6kg of PA 12
• Extra printing material: 2kg of Flexa Black
Based in Krakow, Poland, Sinterit was founded in 2014 by a team of three creative engineers. Their first product, the Lisa 3D printer provides a compact solution for laser sintering. Available on the global market since September 2015, Lisa meets the expectations of the most demanding clients by offering an intuitive 3D printing solution for unlimited manufacturing possibilities, along with beautiful exterior finish. The Sinterit Lisa internal microcomputer enables the printer to function autonomously, without requiring any user input after the initial printing command. It wireless control system of wireless does away with cables and its internal camera module enable users to keep track of the printing process in Sinterit’s intuitive web application.
Sinterit won the Formnext Startup Challenge in 2015 and FabCon 3.D Start-up Award in 2016. The company’s flagship printer model – Sinterit Lisa – received the award of a “Best New Polish 3D Printer 2015”.