Sinterit is the company based in Kraków (Poland) that specializes in development of SLS 3d printers. It has been found in 2014. Sinterit’s mission is to build professional and affordable 3d printer in SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) technology. SLS technology is the next step in 3d printing: it makes possible to print objects that are difficult or impossible to be printed in FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) technique – the most popular technology in 3d printing market. Currently Sinterit ships Lisa all over the world.
13 September 2017
The most available SLS printer on the market – Sinterit reduces the price of Lisa printer
The solutions developed by Sinterit experts in the last three years made it possible to significantly reduce the price of Lisa printer and to offer a complete SLS solution for top-quality prints.
31 July 2017
Sinterit’s 3D-printing – a new hope for children with SMA
Sinterit, the world’s first producer of desktop SLS 3D printer, together with 3D designer created an exoskeleton arm – a solution that gives children with SMA possibility to move hands, draw, play and express themselves.
31 May 2017
Autodesk Netfabb and Sinterit make SLS 3D printing easier than ever
Autodesk Netfabb industrial additive software has added support for Sinterit Lisa, an affordable selective laser sintering (SLS) printer. With a new sieve and automated operation, SLS quality printing has become easier than ever.
30 May 2017
With the new sieve, Sinterit introduces the first end-to-end SLS desktop system
Sinterit, the manufacturer of desktop laser sintering 3D printers, now offers a sieve that cleans the powder and facilitates multiple uses of the material. Together with Lisa printer and sandblaster, Sinterit has created the most accessible and easy to use SLS end-to-end solution on the market.
31 January 2017
Sinterit raises over €1 million from FIT AG
Sinterit, the manufacturer of desktop laser sintering systems based in Krakow, Poland, announces that it has secured additional funding to the amount of EUR 1.1m by way of a rights issue. Sole underwriter was German additive manufacturer FIT AG, based in Lupburg near Munich. Terms of the funding were not disclosed, but Sinterit remains independent and FIT AG has not taken a seat on Sinterit’s board.