Sintratec enters distribution partnership with Stratum3D

This move, part of the company's continuous expansion, marks its Norwegian market debut

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Sintratec has entered into a distribution partnership with Stratum3D that has resulted in the company’s 3D printers making their debut in the Norwegian market. Stratum3D, based near Oslo, is a supplier of professional 3D printers, 3D scanners, and related materials and accessories.

The Norwegian company’s vision is to offer a wide range of additive manufacturing solutions and services with an attractive cost-performance ratio. To this end, Stratum3D distributes a large number of renowned machine manufacturers such as Prusa, NEXA3D, and WASP. The technology spectrum is now being expanded to include Selective Laser Sintering with systems from the Swiss company Sintratec.

With the Sintratec All Material Platform (AMP), Stratum3D will be able to offer users and companies in Scandinavia a modular and scalable manufacturing solution in the field of SLS. The AMP modules enable a fast and simplified material change and are designed for industrial 3D printing. The SLS system can additively manufacture high-quality polymer parts with particularly complex structures at high throughput.

For Sintratec, the partnership with Stratum3D is part of a continuous expansion – after Italy, Spain, and Croatia. “[I am] excited to announce our partnership with Sintratec, a pioneer in high-quality SLS 3D printing technology. Together, we’re bringing innovation and precision to the Norwegian market. Explore limitless possibilities with STRATUM3D and Sintratec – shaping the future, one layer at a time,” said John Henrik Bergene, CEO of Stratum3D.

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