The short answer - yes.
The Sintratec kit is not your neck-bearded internet trolling neighbor's 3D printer kit. This kit is designed by professionals, for professional use. The kit can be assembled in 4 days by 1 skilled technician (an engineer for example) or 1 day by a team of 4 (the kit is built in modules). It requires no special tools, and is about as difficult as that Star Wars lego kit you built when you were 12.
The Sintratec kit delivers all of the power of SLS 3D printing in a small form factor (about the size of a microwave). It does not get super hot and does not require special gas lines of site preparation. If you have an outlet and some desk space, you can fit this printer into your space.
The Sintratec kit is an open material platform, so you can run any powder you wish. The system come pre-configured to run Nylon (PA-12) and TPE (Flexible). For other materials you can control build chamber temp and surface temp.
The finish on Sintratec parts blows me away everytime I see it. Small details with great resolution (100 microns).