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FITTLE enters financing partnership with Formlabs

The partnership will enable customers to purchase Formlabs printers through affordable financing options

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FITTLE, the equipment financing business of Xerox Holdings Corporation that rebranded as FITTLE in 2022, and is a leading provider of innovative business financing and payment solutions, has entered a partnership with Formlabs to help expand access to the 3D printing company’s best-in-class digital manufacturing tools through increased affordability.

“FITTLE’s continued investment in groundbreaking technology enables us to quickly build, deploy and manage innovative financing solutions to meet our partners’ specific needs,” said Nicole Torraco, President of FITTLE. “We look forward to our partnership with Formlabs as we help support their growth in new markets around the world.”

With the support of FITTLE’s financing offerings, Formlabs will enable companies preserve their cash flow through flexible financing options while expanding access to its professional stereolithography and selective laser sintering 3D printers.

FITTLE enters financing partnership with Formlabs - enabling customers to purchase Formlabs printers through affordable financing options.
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Formlab’s products, software, and resins contribute to the accessibility, reliability, and versatility of 3D printing. An example of Formlab’s contribution to the industry includes that of Formlabs customer Dustin Kirkbride, the owner of 1:10 Rod Shop. When Dustin needed a commercial 3D printer to create parts and accessories for scale model RC cars, he was able to use FITTLE’s financing offerings to purchase three Formlabs Fuse printers. The companies’ partnership will enable even more customers to experience the same fast and easy purchasing processes.

“We’re excited to partner with FITTLE to make Formlabs 3D printers even more accessible to users across North America,” said Luke Winston, Chief Business Officer at Formlabs. “Xerox is a trusted brand that makes the leasing process simple and affordable to enable more engineers, designers and manufacturers to integrate Formlabs’ industry-leading technology into their workflows.”

Earlier this year, FITTLE also partnered with 3D construction printing company Black Buffalo 3D – a revolutionizing the construction industry with its products and technologies that reduce build time, labor costs, site waste, and material costs. The partnership focused on making Black Buffalo 3D’s NEXCON 3D construction printers more readily available in the construction market through FITTLE’s expansive financing offerings.

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