SINTERIT LISA SLS
PRICE :: ₹
20 - 100 microns
Recommended min. wall thickness
Build Volume W x D x H (mm) // W x D x H (inch)
110 x 150 x 130 mm // 4.33 x 5.90 x 5.12 inch
35 kg // 77.16 lb
Class iv infrared laser, 5w, 808nm
PA 12 Black powder, Flex powder
Built in camera
Layer Thickness (microns)
Automatic powder spreading
650 x 550 x 400 mm // 25.6 x 21.65 x 15.75 inch
Print Speed Guideline
10 mm/hr in Z-direction, depending on model and material
File Input Format
220-240 vAC, 50Hz, 7A // 100-130 vAC, 60Hz, 15A
· Laser diode 5 W IR type
· Independent heating system: Heated piston, Heated cylinder,Heated feed bed, Heated print bed - max temperature 190 C / 374
· Speed: E ciency: 20 cm3/h (1.2 in3/h), speed: 10 mm/h (0.4in/h)
*(depends on printed model)
· Software: Sinterit Studio 2016, WiFi communication, Built-in camera, 4" touch screen,
· Supported file types: STL, OBJ, 3DS, FBX
· Material : PA12 black - material suitable for printing both functional
and artistic objects and Flex material.
· One phase power supply
· Recommended AC outlet power 2 kW
· Warranty: 12 months or 2000 h of work
Bringing powder based SLS printing to the desktop, the Sinterit Lisa opens up a whole world of opportunities in 3D printing. Print otherwise impossible objects with no support, and utilise the entire build volume by stacking parts. Perfect for prototyping and product design. Fully assembled and calibrated unit from Europe.
Full set - fully assembled and calibrated, plug and play out of the box.
The Sinterit Lisa is a breakthrough in desktop 3D printing. Using Selective Laser Sintering technology, powder is loaded into a feed bed and spread layer by layer onto the build platform. The build chamber is heated to warm the powder, and a laser etches the powder in a similar way to SLA. The powder holds the print in place, removing the need for support material, and increasing the design freedom of the part.
· Powder based printing: SLS printing is new to the desktop market and used a laser to melt powder particles together to form solid objects.
· Support free: Print complex objects with no support structure.
· Batch printing: Utilise the full volume of the print area by stacking parts without needing them to touch