3D Printing

Xact Steel companions with Prototech for South Korea

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With an purpose to broaden entry to inexpensive steel 3D printing for small-to-medium dimension corporations and decentralize additive manufacturing, the steel PBF 3D printer producer Xact Steel signed an unique gross sales and repair partnership with Prototech, a number one Stratasys distributor in South Korea.

“At Xact Steel, we’re establishing a brand new stage of value and efficiency in steel 3d printing by taking the important specs of steel additive manufacturing and mixing them with breakthrough expertise,” stated Juan Mario Gomez, CEO of Xact Steel. “We’re happy to accomplice with Prototech as we assist clients begin their journey from plastics into steel 3D printing.”

 Xact Metal partners with Prototech for South Korea with exclusive distribution deal to bring metal PBF 3D printing systems to local market

With in depth expertise on this planet of 3D, Prototech gives high-level options together with 3D printers and 3D scanners from world-class manufacturers. Prototech additionally gives prototyping service and reverse engineering providers. As the most important firm within the Korean AM trade, Prototech is forming a community with clients in numerous fields and has its personal buyer help staff to help high-level applied sciences. It additionally has a robust and educated staff devoted to service, making them an awesome accomplice for Xact Steel as we broaden our mission to scale back the monetary barrier into steel 3d printing throughout South Korea.

“We’re happy to announce our partnership with Xact Steel to supply high-quality, steel 3D printing in a sensible and inexpensive approach,” states Amy Choi, Advertising and marketing Lead for Prototech. “Xact Steel’s mixture of innovation and thoroughly engineered options will enable a wide range of corporations to thrive in steel additive manufacturing and differentiate themselves of their market.”

“The gross sales and repair partnership with Prototech, South Korea enhances Xact Steel’s purpose to help clients domestically,” stated Gomez. “Prototech’s skilled and technical staff in South Korea is devoted to 3D printing tools and repair, making them an awesome accomplice for Xact Steel as we proceed our journey.”

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