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Radiate Engineering & Design GMBH

Radiate Engineering & Design GMBH

Radiate Engineering & Design GmbH, a start-up, is a composites development service provider that helps companies from the medical technology, sports and leisure, and aviation industries to optimize their value creation and supply chains. The service focuses on the development and implementation of market-ready disruptive solutions in the field of fiber composites.
The UK Spacemodelling Team

The UK Spacemodelling Team

Weight reduction thanks to extra thin parts printed with the Sintratec Kit.

The UK Spacemodelling Team is a small group of enthusiasts from all over the UK who participate at World Championship level under rules governed by the FAI (Federation Aeronautic International).

A Speedboat Drive Made With SLS Parts

A Speedboat Drive Made With SLS Parts

Luca Dalbosco is just 16 years old but as a diligent tinkerer he already uses 3D printing for his models. Within a few weeks he has built a fully functional speedboat drive from SLS (“Selective Laser Sintering”) parts and is successfully navigating Swiss waters with it.
Customizing A Mountain Bike With 3D SLS Printing

Customizing A Mountain Bike With 3D SLS Printing

Sintratec service technician Dario is a passionate mountain bike rider. To optimize his bicycle, he redesigned various components and 3D printed them on the Sintratec S2 system. Once assembled, the parts were successfully put to the test on a downhill trail.
Sintratec Supports Construction of the First Swiss Supersonic Rocket

Sintratec Supports Construction of the First Swiss Supersonic Rocket

As part of the student association for space, the team of project EULER is building the first supersonic rocket of Switzerland. For their construction, the students also make use of 3D printing technologies such as Selective Laser Sintering (SLS).
NASCAR Cup Series Team Leavine Family Racing Used MAKERBOT 3D Printers to Produce Race Car Parts

NASCAR Cup Series Team Leavine Family Racing Used MAKERBOT 3D Printers to Produce Race Car Parts

Our partners at MakerBot have been testing the limits of the METHOD X 3D printers by putting their rapid design, prototyping, and custom, end-use part production pedal to the proverbial metal.
How Do You 3D Print A Tortoise Shell? - 3DChimera

How Do You 3D Print A Tortoise Shell?

Using our team's deep expertise in 3D scanning, materials, and 3D printing, we were able to come up with a lifelong solution for our new friend, George. 
10 Customizable Settings on the Sintratec Kit - 3DChimera

10 Customizable Settings on the Sintratec Kit

Many of our customers ask about the customizable settings on the Sintratec Kit.  Usually, they are working on some top secret project, so we don't have all the details, but we know lots of amazing things are being made with the Sintratec Kit and it's open material capability.
Reshaping The Future Of Pharmacy - 3DChimera

Reshaping The Future Of Pharmacy

The Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Belgrade is home to the first and only 3D laboratory of its kind in Serbia. In the so called “Pharm3D” lab the pharmacists investigate 3D printing of pharmaceuticals with the help of a Sintratec Kit.
3D Printed Door Handle to Reduce COVID-19 Spread - 3DChimera

3D Printed Door Handle to Reduce COVID-19 Spread

Here is another fantastic story about 3D printing with the Sintratec S2 3d printer to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
CASE STUDY: How SLS is used to 3D print personalized Medicine – FabRx Customer Story - 3DChimera

CASE STUDY: How SLS is used to 3D print personalized Medicine – FabRx Customer Story

FabRx is a spin-out company from the University College London that focuses on 3D printing for pharmaceutical uses - and the first group to investigate Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) to make medicine. 
Case Study: The Opera House in Zurich is the largest cultural institution in Switzerland and uses 3D printers from German RepRap for its props and mold making - 3DChimera

Case Study: The Opera House in Zurich is the largest cultural institution in Switzerland and uses 3D printers from German RepRap for its props and mold making

The field of application of additive manufacturing technology is manifold – in the case of the Zurich opera house the technology is used especially for the production of props and for mold making.