7th Material from Sinterit: The Widest Range of Materials in Small SLS

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PA11 ESD is the first SLS 3D printing ready powder with ESD functionality available for the accessible SLS 3D printer Lisa PRO.

The flagship PA12 Smooth used for standard prototyping was supplemented by PA11 Onyx, which thanks to its high-performance characteristics is widely used where super thermal resistance is required.

PA11 ESD follows this path. This 7th material in Sinterit’s portfolio, thanks to the heat resistance and ESD functionality, is perfect for electronic casing or test fixtures for electronics, and also for all of the fixtures for electrostatic dissipation. It is the new opening for ATEX connectors and parts, which could be safely produced on small SLS 3D printers.

A wide range of applications is fulfilled with Sinterit’s flexible materials. There are three different Flexa TPUs and one Rubber TPE.

  • Altogether, there are seven different materials, but we are still developing new ones – says Konrad Głowacki, co-founder & chief business development officer.

His department is constantly improving current materials and working on new ones, and as he assures, it is not the last word.

  • The new PA11 ESD, bio-sourced from castor oil, is our new proposition dedicated to the electronics and automotive industry. ESD safe material with better thermal properties and dimension stability was something our clients asked for, and now we are glad to deliver it – says Konrad Głowacki.

The part of Sinterit’s readiness for implementing new materials is linked with the possibilities given by a nitrogen chamber, the integral part of every Lisa PRO SLS 3D printer. It changes the printing environment, supporting the use of more materials. It is also the uniqueness of Sinterit, as there are no other printers in the small SLS market with such functionality.

Sinterit consistently develops SLS technology. Their Lisa printer was the world’s first small SLS, available at a price that opened this technology to the wide specter of companies worldwide. Currently, Lisa and Lisa PRO SLS 3d printers are not stand-alone devices but are a part of a whole additive manufacturing solution with peripheral post-processing equipment and the widest range of materials on the market.

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