FELIXprinters partners with U.S. government contractor Team One

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Dutch 3D printer company FELIXprinters has expanded its distribution network in what can be considered a highly strategic way. The company, which produces commercial-grade FDM 3D printers, has enlisted Team One, a 3D distribution company that is also a General Services Administration (GSA) Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) contractor for the U.S. government, as a U.S.-based reseller.

With offices in Suwanee, Georgia and Quincy, California, Team One supplies a range of 3D printing hardware, filaments, 3D scanners and accessories to customers across the United States. Its most notable client? The U.S. government. Through its distribution agreement with Team One, FELIXprinters will have its products on the U.S. government contract Schedule 36 3D Products and Service Team One Contract #GS-03F-050GA as well as on GSAadvantage.com for US government procurement.

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Wilgo Feliksdal, co-founder of FELIXprinters, commented on the news, saying: “We are delighted to be working with Team One in the States, and are extremely encouraged by our inclusion on this US government contract. This could help establish FELIXprinters as a prominent player in the U.S. 3D printing sector, and it comes in a year when we have launched two new 3D printers, our BIOprinter (also on federal contract) and an upcoming platform for high temperature printing. We continue to innovate, to listen to customer requirements, and then serve them with competitively priced 3D printing solutions which have at their core ease of use and above all else accuracy, reliability, and repeatability.”

Team One is also an authorized reseller for the following 3D printing companies: HP Inc., Stratasys, Owen Corning, CI and 3D Printlife. Recently, FELIXprinters announced the imminent release of a new line of high-temperature 3D printers, which will be compatible with a broader range of materials including polycarbonate and polypropylene.

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