Roboze enters distribution agreements with three new resellers

Tamspark OY in Finland, Solid Print3D in the UK, and Axiomatek in Mexico

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Roboze, a world leader in high-performance 3D printing and advanced materials, has continued its global expansion through collaboration with three new strategic partners: Tamspark OY, Solid Print3D, and Axiomatek. The new resellers expand Roboze’s international presence and confirm the company’s commitment to providing innovative and high-quality solutions, globally.

Tamspark OY is a privately owned Finnish company specializing in providing advanced production technologies for the manufacturing industry. With extensive experience in integrating innovative solutions, TAMSPARK OY is positioned as the right partner to distribute Roboze’s 3D printing solutions in Finland, thus contributing to the rapid adoption of additive technologies in one of the world’s most dynamic industrial areas.

In the UK, Solid Print3D stands out as a leading player in providing its carefully chosen range of 3D printing, 3D scanning, and manufacturing technology solutions. This partnership with Roboze further strengthens Solid Print3D’s commitment to meeting the diverse needs of its customers with the addition of cutting-edge technologies. The collaboration will help provide access to high-performance 3D printers and innovative materials – ensuring greater versatility for industrial applications.

In Mexico, Axiomatek is a well-suited partner to introduce Roboze 3D printing solutions to the Mexican market. With its experience in providing advanced manufacturing solutions, Axiomatek will help Roboze reach new customers and industries – enabling them to benefit from high-performance 3D printing capabilities and high-quality materials.

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