Massivit 3D adds UK-based Solid Print3D to reseller network

Solid Print3D will represent the large-format 3D printing company in the UK and Ireland

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Large-format 3D printer manufacturer Massivit 3D has signed a distribution agreement with Solid Print3D, a UK-based supplier of 3D printing technologies serving the British and Irish markets. Solid Print3D will broaden its portfolio to offer Massivit 3D’s range of 3D printers and services to its client base of over 19,000 engineering and design customers.

Solid Print3D, the sister business of Solid Solutions, a reseller of SolidWorks software, will be responsible for selling, installing, maintaining and providing technical support for Massivit 3D’s patented 3D printing technology and materials. The companies will also work together to host a series of webinars and virtual demonstrations to promote the partnership.

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“We are thrilled to forge this partnership with Solid Print3D, an established provider of comprehensive 3D printing solutions and services,” said Erez Zimerman, Massivit 3D CEO. “We see this as an essential step forwards in further permeating the EMEA region and introducing to the UK and Ireland the clear benefits of production speed and scale facilitated by large-volume 3D printing. In particular, we believe that manufacturers and designers can now gain enormous business value from Massivit 3D’s technology that has been shown to shave weeks off the product development phase, ultimately shortening time-to-market.”

Neil Sewell, Founder and Managing Director at Solid Print3D, added: “At Solid Print3D we pride ourselves on being able to offer a variety of additive manufacturing solutions to a variety of business sectors. We feel integrating Massivit 3D into our portfolio allows us to supply a unique 3D printing technology that will engage multiple markets thanks to its speed and size. With the ability to produce large parts quicker than any other technology, we believe Massivit 3D is a disruptor and will transform the large-volume 3D printing marketplace. We are incredibly proud to partner with Massivit 3D and look forward to working closely with them moving forward.”

Solid Print3D distributes a range of 3D printing products across the UK and Ireland, including systems and materials from Markforged, Formlabs, Ultimaker, BigRep, Sindoh and Raise3D. Through its partnership with Massivit 3D, it will be supplying the Massivit 3D 1800 and the Massivit 3D 1800 Pro, with a max build volume of 1,450 x 1,110 x 1,800 mm. The large-scale 3D printers have a range of applications, including visual marketing and entertainment.

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