ROBOZE and CCCS enter US distribution partnership

Addressing the demand for high-performance materials like super polymers and composites

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ROBOZE, a leader in high-performance 3D printing and advanced materials, has entered a distribution agreement with CAD/CAM CONSULTING SERVICES (CCCS), a manufacturing software and hardware sales, service, support, and training provider for Southern California and surrounding areas.

CCCS’ offices, located in Anaheim, Newbury Park, and San Diego, have operated in the region since 1993 and are staffed with experienced professionals who are familiar with the manufacturing landscape in the region. With the addition of ROBOZE, CCCS can expand its offering in the AM space to address new markets by offering 3D printing solutions that solve common issues like process repeatability, accuracy, and the need to use high-performance materials like super polymers and composites.

Offering the ROBOZE Plus PRO and the ROBOZE Production Series (ARGO 500/1000), three tiers of polymer-based materials, a browser-based software slicing application, and the tried and true service, support, and training model, the partnership between ROBOZE and CCCS will strive to help manufacturers rethink production processes and save the user time and money.

“At ROBOZE, we look for strategic partners who can extend our values and world-class technical service and customer support. That is why I am extremely excited to announce our partnership with CAD/CAM CONSULTING SERVICES, INC. CCCS’ extensive knowledge in subtractive and metal additive manufacturing is well aligned to help customers navigate agnostic solutions to engineering problems. CCCS represents our first reseller in the Southern California market and their focus on localized manufacturing innovation is perfectly aligned with ROBOZE and our cutting-edge additive manufacturing solutions,” said Levi Smith, Global Director of Channel at ROBOZE.

“As we continue to look for new products that drive innovation that can be delivered to our customers, partnering with ROBOZE was an obvious choice. Their material portfolio and ability to print highly accurate large parts is a welcome solution for many companies that are trying to find new ways to lightweight their designs, cut down on lead times, and manufacture parts that simply cannot be traditionally machined. Additionally, their success overseas and vision for the future, along with their partnerships with high-profile, high-performing companies, ensures their trajectory as a disruptor in additive manufacturing. We are excited to be on this journey with them,” said Patrick Shelar, President of CCCS.

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