MATSUURA Europe GmbH, a well-known player in the field of additive manufacturing, recently announced its partnership with Sinterit, becoming the official reseller of the SLS 3D printer “Lisa X” in Germany. This strategic step will be presented to the public for the first time at Formnext, a major trade fair for additive manufacturing in Frankfurt.
MATSUURA, based in the heart of the Rhine-Main region, has over two decades of experience in the additive manufacturing sector. With this move, the company is integrating Sinterit SLS 3D printers into an already extensive offering that includes machine tools, Lumex series metal hybrid additive machines, HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printers and DyeMansion finishing systems.
MATSUURA’s portfolio has been significantly expanded with the addition of Sinterit products. The company’s own LUMEX hybrid machines are used to manufacture precise metal components, while the HP printers cover the industrial production of functional plastic parts. Together with the post-processing systems from DyeMansion, this creates a comprehensive range for the 3D printing process. The “Lisa X” printer, known as the fastest in its class in the field of compact SLS machines, now completes the range.
“I am very pleased to announce our new partnership with Sinterit for the distribution and support of their SLS 3D printers in the German market. Matsuura has extensive experience in the growing AM market, both in polymers and metal. The addition of Sinterit to our AM portfolio allows us to offer our customers a wider range of AM solutions and provide the right technology for their needs. The Sinterit machines combine speed, quality and low operating costs. AM has never been more accessible and we look forward to working with Sinterit to expand our own presence in the AM market,” explains Simon Chappell, Managing Director of MATSUURA Europe GmbH.
The Sinterit “Lisa X” is MATSUURA’s response to the demand for fast, high-quality and cost-effective SLS printing solutions in the German market. The partnership promises a stronger presence in the 3D printing sector and aims to further democratize access to advanced AM technologies.