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Sinterit's Lisa printer boasts side-by-side printing

Issue: August 2017

Lisa printer Sinterit has upgraded its Lisa 3-D printer, which uses a laser to sinter layers of nylon powder, creating stronger products than those made with fused-deposition modeling or stereolithography, according to the Kraków, Poland company. Measuring 25.6 inches by 21.7 inches by 17.7 inches, the printer costs about $17,000 and is distributed in the U.S. by iMakr.

What’s new? Multiple upgrades, including integration with Autodesk Netfabb software, a new sieve, increased automation, and the ability to print multiple jobs in the work space.

Benefits Ease of use, speed and flexibility. By integrating with Autodesk Netfabb, users can operate the printer without the need to learn new software, and the new sieve removes powder more quickly and makes it easier to use multiple materials. The printer also offers automatic leveling of the powder surface and setting of the bed height.

iMakr, New York, 212-477-1930, www.imakr.com, www.sinterit.com