Sinterit‘s CEO Maxime Polesello, together with Dominik Stasiak, International Channel Manager, and Michal Grzymala-Moszczynski, Head of R&D and Co-Founder of the company, held a thorough webinar to go through many of the features that make the new Lisa X a real breakthrough system in the Benchtop or Compact SLS segment.
You may remember we covered the Lisa X launch before and during its Formnext debut. The new machine presents itself very well, with a stylish compact design and a very large build volume. During this new webinar—which you can now see in full in the window at the top of this article—Polesello first focused on how the Lisa X favorably compares with other available systems from Sinterit and integrates seamlessly within a complete workflow and business model.
Michal Grzymala-Moszczynski and Dominik Stasiak focused on the Compact SLS system’s technical capabilities, which enable the printing of parts as fast as one part every three minutes in a single build that holds as many as 270 connectors each measuring 22 x 18 x 37 mm.
All these advanced SLS capabilities, along with powder management and post-processing hardware and machine software are now available in the EU for just under €30,000 and in the USA for $37,900. These price levels are unprecedented for a machine with these capabilities. How can Sinterit offer speed and size without sacrificing (actually improving) quality? After testing the Lisa Pro in person in 2019, 3dpbm is very much looking forward to and hoping to test the new Lisa X machine in 2022. Stay tuned.