With its combination of production speed, high throughput and capacity, and excellent part quality, the sPro 140, produces robust 3D printed end-use parts up to 550 mm length or large amounts of parts, nested in the full 22 x 22 x 18 in (550 x 550 x 460 mm) build volume.
This SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) 3D printer produces durable parts for a multitude of applications such as housings, machinery components, complex end-use parts such as ducting, functional test parts and assemblies, as well as healthcare products and tools.
High-Capacity Part Manufacturing
With its high production speed and the ability to stack parts in the entire build volume, the sPro 140 SLS printer offers both a faster and a more economical solution to other printer technologies.
Impact-Resistant, Durable Parts
Our customers count on this robust SLS printer for the toughest applications, year after year. It offers far superior living hinges, snap-fit, and other mechanical joints than any other technology. With a broad range of DuraForm® production-grade nylon materials to match your requirements, the sPro 140 produces strong parts with high thermal and chemical resistance. And it is the most economical thermoplastic solution for large quantities of parts.
Where to order supplies?
SIU System recommends ordering supplies from official 3D SYSTEMS partners. At the moment, in Russia and the CIS countries we are the only official supplier.
Who can service the printer?
Specialists and companies with a special certificate from 3D SYSTEMS. Currently, only SIU System has this status and official service center in Russia and the CIS countries.
What can be considered a warranty case?
A warranty case is a failure or critical abnormalities in the operation of both the equipment as a whole and any of its spare parts, provided that the client fully complies with the operating rules of the equipment indicated in the user manual, as well as the absence of other external circumstances and factors directly or indirectly causing a malfunction or deviation.
The lack of a built model on the build platform during or after the completion of the printer build process.
A voltage surge in the power supply network, which entailed the failure of other components and spare parts.