3D Phoenix to distribute Meltio technology in Poland

Through partnering with technology centers, tooling machine companies, robotic integrators, academia, and industry

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3D Phoenix, a Polish industrial 3D printer supplier, and Meltio, a laser metal deposition technology manufacturer, have entered a distribution agreement that positions 3D Phoenix as an official sales partner in Poland.

3D Phoenix will focus on building a supportive ecosystem for Meltio’s technology in Poland – partnering and driving business opportunities alongside technology centers, tooling machine companies, robotic integrators, academia, and industry. In Poland, the potential wire-laser metal 3D printing market is based on traditional machining processes. Still, the trend of absorbing new technologies – with a strong emphasis on 3D printing – has been gaining momentum for some time now.

“We are excited about our emerging partnership with Meltio, as this is a landmark moment for the Polish industry. Whether our customer is looking for a conventional 3D metal printer or a printing system integrated with a CNC machine that seamlessly combines addition and subtraction processes, utilizing the best aspects of both technologies; or prefers integration with a robotic arm for greater freedom in creating large, complex parts and innovative exterior coatings – with Meltio we will fit any of these scenarios. This technology opens up entirely new possibilities in the production of metal parts,” said Rafał Pancewicz, Business Development Director at 3D Phoenix.

“As a Meltio team, we are happy that our already long efforts to find a good partner in Poland have finally ended in success. 3D Phoenix represents a business that fits well with our philosophy. The Lomianki-based company is an experienced supplier of additive devices but focuses on engineering and industrial solutions. Poland, as an economy of nearly 40 million people in the central-eastern part of Europe, has a developed economy in which we find huge mining companies, big production in the automotive sector, a large defense production sector, but also heavy industry, which is largely based on foundry engineering. Poland has been one of the world’s major players in industrial metalworking for many years – so it’s a good place for Meltio to grow,” said Tomasz Garniec, Country Manager for Meltio in Poland.

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