Radiate extends the in-house prototyping lab with another component and goes a step further with the commissioning of the Sintratec SLS printer towards in-house composite and prototype construction. In the development process, it is important to check functions, form and processes at an early stage to ensure fast and targeted implementation of highly loaded and functional prototypes. The Sintratec Kit provides engineers and customers with completely new options for implementing market-ready disruptive solutions in the field of fiber composites. As Simon Grob, Head of Simulation Technology at Radiate, comments: “With Sintratec, we have found the ideal partner to help us get started with SLS technology, and we are much closer to our goal of expanding the ‘Additive Manufacturing’ sector brings.”
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