Sinter 3D printed Ti suppressor from Radical Firearms
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This is the Sinter from Radical Firearms. It’s a monolithic 3d-printed Titanium suppressor and it’s now available.

Radical Firearms says, “This 6Al-4V Titanium suppressor is 8 inches long, 16 ounces, and rated up to 300 WM. If you thought it couldn’t get any better, it does! The Sinter’s full titanium construction means you get durability without any added weight.

Sinter 3d printed Titanum suppressor

It’s not just about the insides for the Sinter, but it also has to do with its unique aesthetic appearance.

The honeycomb exterior is intended to help dissipate the heat due to its increased surface area, helping the Sinter cool down faster. This is a wonderful feature since the Sinter can withstand higher rates of fire!

Sinter 3d printed Titanum suppressor

With its muzzle brake taper mount design, you’ll also be able to mount your silencer onto your host firearm and be ready to rumble in no time at all.”

Sinter 3D Printed Titanium Suppressor Specs

The SINTER is one of the lightest, most durable suppressors on the market to date. Tested on everything from .22 WMR to 300 WM, all calibers are hearing safe. The internal design creates a robust superstructure unachievable through traditional manufacturing methods. Constructed wholly of Titanium 6Al-4V, the SINTER has a high strength-to-weight ratio creating a durable and the lightest weight commercially available suppressor for everyday use.

Cal: Up To 7.62
OAL: 8”
OD: 1.75”
Weight: 16 oz
Material: Titanium 64 (Ti-6Al-4v)
dB: ~136.7 with 12.5” 308
Monolithic Design
Additive Manufactured (3D Printed)
High Temp Cerakote Exterior Coating available in Black or Desert Tan
Muzzle Brake Taper Mount Design
Honeycomb exterior provides increased surface area for heat dissipation
Full Auto Rated

Sinter Spec Sheet 

Sinter 3d printed Titanum suppressor

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  1. Get 3d metal printing down to plastic 3d printing price for entry, and it’s one more nail in the coffin of the anti-freedom crowd.

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