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MAPA & TSE: a 3D approach combining LMF and DLP technology

MAPA & TSE: a 3D approach combining LMF and DLP technology

Introduction Skeletal anchorage open up new frontiers in orthodontic treatments and allow the development of procedures for more and more predictable and satisfactory results in the treatment of malocclusion in growing patients and adults. Recent digital...

3D Printing for Eyewear

3D Printing for Eyewear

Additive manufacturing technologies will shape the future of fashion and eyewear manufacturing enabling faster prototyping and short scale production of customized goods.   In Sisma we developed 3d printing technologies for powder metal and uv cured...

Anti Counterfeit features for luxury goods

Anti Counterfeit features for luxury goods

Anti Counterfeit features for luxury goodsCounterfeit fashion products are costing in terms of brand reputation and revenues: laser marking technology could be the answer.The Italian Patents and Trademark Office estimates that in the eyewear industry...

Fill – It

Fill – It

Laser marking can be used to easily create 2D textures and 3D engravings to enhance or customize fashion products.      SLC3 is a unique software interface for every SISMA machine, aimed at simplifying software management, development and customization. It...

SWA, laser welding and mold maintenance system with fiber source.

SWA, laser welding and mold maintenance system with fiber source.

SWA, laser welding and mold maintenance system with fiber source.SISMA has decided to take an important step in the world of molds, presenting a new product to expand the current range, an absolute novelty and available on the market as early as May...

Technology – DLP 3D printer

Technology – DLP 3D printer

Zero Tilting Technology During the printing routine the vat is set fixed in the machine while the glass tilts after each layer has been printed, which allows avoiding a suction effect and does not cause mechanical stress layer after layer, on the object...