The Sintratec Kit is an SLS professional 3D printer. It is an entry-level, self-assembly kit mainly aimed at quick prototyping. It arrives flat-pack with most parts already built. Its assembly doesn’t require particular skills and can be done effortlessly. It took on average 4 days to build the printer. Its compact sizes make it ideal for almost any desks. After setting it up, you will be able to produce intricate designs with ease, thanks to the laser sintering technology. In this way, you might produce whatever usable parts you need in no time. The printer settings can be partially customized. For example, you can vary the print speed, surface temperature and chamber temperature directly from the in-house slicer. Sold at a convenient price, the kit allows entering the SLS print world without breaking the bank. Companies like FabRx and Samuel Werder AG have used it to create effective prototypes. In particular, FabRx has been using the Sintratec Kit to create custom 3D printed pharmaceuticals, while the Werder AG employs it to build up workpiece grippers. Discover more in our full review.
One user printed this highly detailed tire with TPE powder. Notice how accurate it is.
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What about this small tower? It shows the high level of detail achievable with the Sintratec kit. Have you already noticed the tiny double helix inside it?
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The Sintratec Kit is an SLS 3D printer that can print layers at 100 microns. The surface finish is not as smooth as you get with the more expensive printers, but is more than enough for prototyping and household use. The high-quality optics alongside the heating coil and optical heaters grants top-grade prints.
Look at this model. It is well-defined, polished and surprisingly accurate.
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The print head runs on rails, which makes printing reliable, fast and precise.
Based on an open-material system, the Sintratec Kit prints with industrial-grade polyamide (Nylon) and other powder materials. It is mainly optimized for Nylon PA12 Powder.
The build area of 4.3 x 4.3 x 4.3 inches (110 x 110 x 110 mm) lets you print a variety of functional, solid components suitable for several applications.
The printer can be connected to a computer via USB. The proprietary, dedicated software controls the printing process. After slicing the 3D models, the printer can work in a standalone mode.
The printer comes with the Sintratec Central software. The in-house slicer offers full control over the printing process. The intuitive and user-friendly interface allows for easy handling the print settings. The software is available for Windows operating systems.
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Sintratec Kit is available in a black and white color palette. Its stylish look makes it ideal for quick prototyping and educational applications.
The printer dimensions are 22 x 15 x 23.2 inches (560 x 380 x 590 mm). It weighs 62 lb (28 kg).
The price of the Sintratec Kit is $6,000.00, which is reasonable considering its functionality.