The latest version of Sinterit Studio 2019 now includes printing profiles for new powders, WiFi live streaming capabilities for the SLS process, as well as a newly designed interface.
Improved printing profiles
Following the release of PA11 Onyx and new TPU powders (Flexa), new printing profiles have been created with more precise parameters; This enables a layer height of up to 100 micrometers. Both previous and new printing profiles are available to Lisa and Lisa Pro users.
The company kept version one (v.1) of the profiles for those comfortable using the current parameters. However, the use of version 2 (v.2) is encouraged for faster and more detailed 3D printed models.
A new interface
In order to make the 3D printing more intuitive, Sinterit Studio 2019 has updated its interface. A new “About” button can be found in the printer menu screen which activates the v.2 software. This version improves model preparation by optimizing slicing with decreased use of RAM. Also, 3D models can be easily manipulated on weaker graphics cards.
Furthermore, as a first for Sinterit, the onboard camera integrated within the Lisa and Lisa Pro 3D printers are now being utilized to stream video of the SLS process via WiFi. This allows for real-time monitoring on a build, ensuring no interruptions.
As the successor of the original desktop SLS, Lisa Pro features a greater print volume of 316mm (12.4 inches) compared to the previous 238mm (9.4 inches). With the live-streaming function, larger parts can be monitored closely saving time on potential reprints due to failures.
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Featured image shows the Lisa Pro command screen. Photo via Sinterit.