Sinterit – polish manufacturer of SLS desktop 3D printers, presented at the beginning of September a new device in its portfolio – NILS 480, entering the industrial sector for the first time in its history. However, this is not the end of premieres for this year – today the company announced the premiere of another new 3D printer – Lisa X, which is to be the fastest SLS-class 3D printing system in the desktop sector. The device will be presented live at the Formnext trade fair in Frankfurt am Main, in the third week of November.
According to the 3D Printing Media Network portal, the new device has been optimized to achieve industrial 3D printing speeds – it is to work up to 10 times faster than other desktop SLS systems available earlier. The company announces that users will be able to make most of the 3D prints in less than 24 hours.
Lisa X will continue to be open to materials from other vendors, which translates into access to a wide range of in-house and third-party materials. Users will be able to manually adjust 3D printing parameters to make the best use of the selected material, ideal for research laboratories and material developers who can fine-tune parameters to optimize printing results and quality.