BCN3D enlists Global 3D as Polish 3D printer reseller

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Barcelona-based 3D printing company BCN3D Technologies has signed a distribution partnership with Global 3D, a Polish reseller of 3D printing filaments and printers. The partnership establishes Global 3D as a distributor of BCN3D’s Sigma and Sigmax 3D printers as well as filaments and accessories across the Polish market.

“We are pleased to cooperate with Global 3D, which will support us to increase the sales in a Polish market that has high potential for the IDEX system and the distinctive duplication, mirror and multimaterial printing mode,” commented Xavi Martínez Faneca, CEO of BCN3D Technologies. “The considerable experience in additive manufacturing combined with a top-quality technical know-how makes Global 3D the right fit to help us to grow and serve polish customers in an excellent way.”

The distribution agreement is part of BCN3D’s strategy to expand its reach globally. Global 3D was itself chosen because of its own rise within the Polish 3D printing market. The company is well positioned to supply BCN3D 3D printers and materials to Polish companies, universities and professionals.

Global 3D BCN3D distribution

One of the core products that Global 3D will be offering to the Polish market is BCN3D’s Sigma R19, which was released last year alongside the Sigmax R19. The 3D printer is equipped with a powerful dual extrusion system (IDEX) as well as Mirror and Duplication print modes, which open up the possibilities of what users can print.

“When it comes to a powerful, hassle-free machine, the BCN3D Sigma R19 has it all,” added Martínez Faneca. “This professional-grade 3D printer offers effortless printing, smooths out workflows and boasts an Independent Dual Extrusion (IDEX) system to boot. With features like duplication and mirror mode, your productivity can be easily doubled. The Sigma R19 also gives you the ability to build complex geometries using multi-material printing.”

Bartomiej Kozak, CEO of Global 3D, added: “3D printers can be used by professionals and hobbyists. These devices allow you to create a variety of objects of various shapes. Conducting product models with traditional methods can take a long time and be unprofitable financially. 3D printing is a modern technology that allows you to prepare realistic prototypes in a short time and at a small cost. It is easy to create even very complex shapes, which allows you to make improvements and improve projects smoothly and this 3D technology will be very important in Poland for universities, education sector and all industries like automotive and others.”

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Tess Boissonneault is a Montreal-based content writer and editor with five years of experience covering the additive manufacturing world. She has a particular interest in amplifying the voices of women working within the industry and is an avid follower of the ever-evolving AM sector. Tess holds a master's degree in Media Studies from the University of Amsterdam.

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