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Sintratec enters Mexican market with Sun Digital partnership

As part of the Mexico City-based company's newly formed Additive Division

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Swiss 3D printer manufacturer, Sintratec, and Sun Digital, one of Mexico’s most prominent providers of digital printing solutions, have entered into a partnership – expanding the Mexico City-based company’s offering to include industrial 3D printing.

For more than 50 years, Sun Digital has specialized in the sales and service of color printers, as well as label and packaging printing. As the exclusive partner for HP Indigo digital presses, the company has firmly positioned itself in the Mexican market. With a newly formed Additive Division, Sun Digital is now looking to enter the emerging 3D printing sector – with the selective laser sintering (SLS) process from Sintratec, among other technologies.

Sintratec enters Mexican market with Sun Digital partnership as part of the Mexico City-based company's newly formed Additive Division.
Sintratec’s SLS printers.

The Swiss manufacturer’s compact and expandable SLS systems offer an ideal first step into the world of industrial additive manufacturing. Furthermore, the new Sintratec All-Material Platform completes Sun Digital’s portfolio with a modular manufacturing solution that combines scalability, multi-material capability, and throughput. For Sintratec, this partnership represents an important entry into the Mexican market and an expansion of its North American sales and service network.

 

“With Sun Digital we have gained a competent, industry-oriented specialist with many years of experience, who will now represent the Sintratec products for the first time in the promising Mexican market. We are convinced that customers and prospects in Central America will benefit greatly from Sun Digital’s expanded offering and its service network,” said Gabor Koppanyi, Head of Marketing and Sales at Sintratec.

“We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Sintratec. By bringing their 3D printing solutions to the Mexican market, we are confident that Sintratec’s innovative products will deliver exceptional value. As we join forces, we anticipate a broader spectrum of companies and clients, shaping the future and unlocking limitless possibilities for innovation and growth,” said Ricardo del Castillo, Innovation Manager at Sun Digital’s Additive Division.

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