Tag: sinterit

3D Printing Industry Review of the Year May 2018

3D printing in May 2018 saw the launch of our second annual 3D Printing Industry Awards (2019 nominations now open) and marked the 10th Anniversary of the RepRap movement. In applications, some of the most popular articles included medical breakthroughs. We were also given the exclusive opportunity to see the latest machines coming to market.... Read More »

The influence of 3D printing on fashion design

In 2013 burlesque dancer and artist Dita Von Teese modelled the first fully 3D printed dress in New York, ushering in a new generation in fashion design. Because of its potential for optimizing production processes, customization, and cost, 3D printing is expanding the field of what is possible in fashion. Below are a few examples... Read More »

First look at the new Sinterit LISA 2 SLS 3D printer

As hinted in my visit to the company’s HQ earlier this month, Sinterit has a new 3D printer on the block. As of today, the Polish 3D printer provider has released the LISA 2. Developed on the same user-friendly basis as the first generation of Sinterit 3D printers, the LISA 2 is an affordable 3D... Read More »

Sinterit Scales Up with the New Lisa 2 3D Printer

The Lisa (L) and Lisa 2 SLS 3D printers A few years ago, Sinterit introduced the Lisa, a desktop SLS 3D printer that promised to make selective laser sintering 3D printing technology accessible to anyone. The Lisa lived up to that promise, and has since become a household name in the 3D printing industry, particularly... Read More »

Sneak peek of the new Sinterit 3D printer and an intro to SLS

This week I was invited on behalf of 3D Printing Industry to the headquarters of Sinterit in Kraków, Poland. Sinterit was founded with the goal of bringing selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D printing to the desktop, opening up access to the technology. In 2015 this goal was achieved with the launch of the LISA 3D printer and, during my... Read More »

Applications, Metal, Maturation in 3D Printing Shine at RAPID + TCT

Anticipation is always high for a major event, and RAPID + TCT draws great focus to 3D printing in North America. Several major themes were intentional as this year’s event curated programming centered around medical, metal, and aerospace innovation; others, as they always will, arose throughout the course of the show. This week, writer Sarah Saunders... Read More »

3D Printed NIRI Grips Make Mountain Biking Painless

Riding a bike is fun, but it can be uncomfortable at times, especially when biking over rough terrain. When you hit a bump, a jolt is sent through your hands and arms – but with shock absorbing grips, that discomfort can be reduced. That’s what Riccardo Nicastro, a mechanical engineer, and Andrea Ricci, a medical... Read More »