Sintratec and 3Dees enter new Eastern European partnership

Expanding the company's global partner network in the Czech Republic and Slovakia

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Sintratec, a specialist in the field of powder-based 3D printing processes, has strengthened its Eastern European distribution and service network through a partnership with 3Dees Industries from Prague, in the Czech Republic.

Since its foundation in 2017, 3Dees Industries has specialized in additive manufacturing technologies with powder materials. As a distributor of well-known brands such as HP, Stratasys, and Voxeljet, the company carries a wide range of industrial systems in its portfolio. With a presence in other locations such as Ostrava, Brno, and Košice, 3Dees advises and supports its customers with comprehensive training and a wide range of peripherals such as 3D scanners and post-processing stations.

Sintratec, based in Brugg, Switzerland, is the first and only Swiss supplier of professional SLS 3D printers. The modular high-tech systems are not only developed but also produced in Switzerland and bear the ‘Swiss Made’ label. For distribution outside of Switzerland, Sintratec can rely on a global partner network, which has now been expanded to include 3Dees in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. For Sintratec, this represents an important expansion into a promising growth market and a strengthening of its sales and service network in Eastern Europe.

“Swiss technology is synonymous with quality, precision, and innovation, and Sintratec emphasizes the highest standards of production and development, which guarantees the longevity and reliability of their 3D printers. And that’s exactly what our clients expect,” said Ondřej Štefek, Co-founder and Chief Sales Officer of 3Dees Industries.

Recently, Sintratec reported that 2023 was the company’s most successful business year since its foundation, with a net sales increase of more than 60%. With the market entry of the modular Sintratec All-Material Platform and the powerful Sintratec S3 printer and separate build modules that enable simplified material changes and scalability, the company has been able to offer its customers a unique multi-material solution in the field of selective laser sintering.

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