Sintratec reports record +60% revenues for 2023 | VoxelMatters

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Swiss 3D printing OEM Sintratec reported that 2023 was the company’s most successful business year since its foundation, with a net sales increase of more than 60 percent. With the market entry of the modular Sintratec All-Material Platform, the company has been able to offer its customers a unique multi-material solution in the field of selective laser sintering.

“We are very pleased with this achievement and would like to thank our customers for their continued confidence in us, and our global network of partners who have made this success a reality,” said Sintratec co-founder and CEO Dominik Solenicki. With innovations on the horizon, the Swiss machine manufacturer looks set for continued success in the future.

Sintratec emerged in 2014 as a crowd-funded startup that developed the world’s first assembly kit in the field of selective laser sintering (SLS). Today, almost 10 years later, the company has grown into a successful 3D printing manufacturer for mid-range SLS systems. Most recently, the OEM introduced its All-Material Platform with the powerful Sintratec S3 printer and separate build modules that enable simplified material changes and scalability.

Sintratec reports record +60% revenues for 2023, with multiple new distribution deals signed in spite of volatile market conditions
Sintratec’s SLS printers.

Despite volatile market conditions and uncertainty in the supply chain, 2023 marked a new business milestone for Sintratec, with multiple new distribution deals bringing the machines to more customers than ever before.

Among other achievements, Sintratec became part of the ColdMetalFusion alliance, by supporting via its systems the process that enables metals and polymers to be 3D printed in the same system via laser sintering of bound metal powders ColdMetalFusion is an alliance of industry leaders with decades of experience in the fields of sintering, 3D printing and classical industrial manufacturing. Together, the Alliance members provide services, equipment, materials, software and know-how to customers in the metal manufacturing industry.

This revolution is similar in some way to the introduction of bound metal filament extrusion processes to affordable filament extrusion 3D printers, de facto opening an entirely new market segment to metal AM, which however has not yet lived up to its full potential. The companies in the ColdMetalFusion Alliance are betting that increased geometric capabilities of SLS technology will help make this technology a serious, yet much more cost-effective, competitor to metal PBF.

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