Sinterit Optimizes Desktop SLS 3D Printer

Recent modifications to reduce the price of the Lisa printer will enable more users to print precise parts using selective laser sintering technology.


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Sinterit has reduced the price of its Lisa desktop selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D printer, a move it says will enable more users to access SLS technology. The price reduction was made possible by optimizing technological solutions, modifying the distribution system and launching online sales.

Sinterit first introduced the printer several years ago, giving small- and medium-sized companies the ability to use SLS to print precise elements composed of numerous parts themselves, without having to rely on a subcontractor order.

Parts printed using this technology can be complex, long-lasting, durable and resistant to external conditions such as temperature. It is suited to prototyping as well as short-series and single-piece production.