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Sinterit moves to brand new production facility and HQ near Krakow

Production to increase by an order of three.

Sinterit, the leading producer of compact and professional SLS 3D printing solutions, inaugurated its new production facility, as well as the new Sinterit HQ, in Kraków. The company can now increase its production capacity threefold.

The young Polish company has been on the market for only five years and, unlike many other companies in 3D printing, was able to build a successful business model, self-funding its growth. The new headquarters has been built using the company’s own funds, without external investment.

“We designed everything on our purpose. The new factory is entirely adapted to the needs of SLS printers production and new product development, from warehouse, through assembly, product testing areas, and R&D space,” said Maxime Polesello, CEO of Sinterit. “The brand new offices allow us to welcome and train our partners. With our new facilities, we have additional means to further deliver our ambitious strategy: increase the adoption of AM by making SLS technology accessible to all professionals.”

The new production facility and Sinterit headquarters are located in the industrial zone of Krakow, near one of the most important logistic hubs in the region. Moving out of the city center to the industrial zone officially ends Sinterit’s startup stage.

Sinterit is now capable of implementing a more aggressive plan in terms of production and new product development. The new facility makes it easier to organize customer training, and thanks to the proximity of the logistics hub, shipping the products is much easier. Sinterit printers are now the most widely available SLS Solution: with the new production plant, it will become even more accessible for customers worldwide. To date, Sinterit has a community of over 1000 satisfied users, in more than 40 countries, on six continents.

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