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The Sinterit Lisa is an SLS professional 3D printer from the Sinterit flagship series. It is available as a standalone printing solution or bundled with a sandblasting station and powder sieve for post-processing. It works as a plug-n-print device from its first and is really low in price considering the technology. This makes SLS 3D printing accessible for either small-businesses and makers. Despite its compact size, the Sinterit Lisa offers top-grade performances at decent speed, delivering high-resolution prints out for intricate shapes and movable parts. It includes a dedicated 3D printing software, Sinterit Studio, a user-friendly, intuitive program that facilitates the process and provides new quality-of-life features. The responsive, easy-to-navigate interface allows for independent operation and convenient experience. With the Sinterit Lisa in your fleet, you will be able to produce high quality functional parts ready to work just after printing. No wonder that it has been chosen as the best desktop SLS 3D printer of Winter 2018-19 by All3DP. The device is successfully used in prototyping, industry and small-scale manufacturing. For example, it was applied to print rotor prototypes, padlocks, and more functioning products. Check out the video and keep reading for an in-depth review.
A team of engineers has developed an innovative rotor to help firefighters to tame wildfires. They have 3D printed it using a Sinterit Lisa. Look at its quality. The surface is extremely polished and accurate. The sharp edges and the overall smoothness perfectly demonstrate the capabilities of the machine.
It can also print movable parts ensuring high dimensional accuracy. This robotic hand looks perfect.
Thanks to the new quality components and accurate IR Laser Diode, the Sinterit Lisa can print layers at 75 microns. This way you can produce parts with smooth exterior surfaces and excellent precision without the need for support structures. SLS technology delivers quality parts with long durability and high-temperature resistance. Nesting multiple models on a single bed can help you quickly improve your basic printing capabilities.
Similar to other devices based on SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) technology, the Sinterit Lisa prints with PA12 Smooth and, TPU Flexa Grey powders.
The Sinterit Lisa works with 20–100 microns powder and has an open materials system, which means it is compatible with 3rd party supplies. The maximum printing temperature is 374 °F (190 °C).
The build area is 5.9 x 7.9 x 5.9 inches (150 x 200 x 150 mm). It allows the production of a variety of functional parts in one piece.
The machine is controlled either via PC or built-in touchscreen. The 4-inch user interface is easy to understand and will walk you step-by-step through the setting up and cleaning procedures. You will be able to manage the printing process with ease at the first use.
3D models can be printed from a computer via USB cable or USB pen drive. You can constantly check the print status via the built-in camera.
The device comes with an in-house-developed software for the series, Sinterit Studio. The program is available in different versions. It is easy-to-use and user-friendly. It allows preparing and arranging the 3D models in the build area hassle-free. It also enables monitoring the print status in real-time. The software works with 3D files in a variety of common 3D formats. It is available for Windows.
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The new Sinterit Lisa has an all-red, shiny case. Its stylish look makes it ideal for industrial design, rapid prototyping, and small-to-medium production.
The outer dimensions are 25.6 x 21.7 x 15.7 inches (650 x 550 x 400 mm). The device weighs 77 lb (35 kg). The material system is stored inside the printer.
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