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Sinterit establishes new local resellers and grows in the US

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Continuing to grow in the US market, Sinterit signed a cooperation agreement with three more partners: Impact System, Master Graphics, and Vision Miner, and opened its new facility in the US. “Opening a warehouse in the United States accelerates the delivery time to target customers and facilitates many formalities related to international transport. Customers who chose Sinterit products will now have easier access to them”, said Maxime Polesello, CEO of Sinterit.

Sinterit partnered with three more companies: Impact System, Master Graphics, and Vision Miner, and opened its new facility in the US

Sinterit has been mostly represented in the East Coast of the US, where the warehouse is also located. The new resellers make it easier to access the SLS 3D printing solutions in the West (Vision Miner), South (Impact System), and Midwest (Master Graphics) regions of the United States.

Sinterit, founded in Poland, is known as an expert in the field of producing SLS 3D printers. Successfully launching compact and industrial model printers. Sinterit currently has the widest product portfolio in the SLS market sector.

Impact Systems Engineering is a 25-year-old Houston-based company that has been our customer’s resource for solving engineering challenges.

MasterGraphics has provided innovative print technology to the engineering and design community for over 70 years in the central Midwest.

Vision Miner was founded with the purpose of providing functional, industrial, and affordable 3D printing equipment, for businesses and manufacturing companies.

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