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Sintratec expands its distribution network to Oceania

Through an Australian distribution partnership with Project 3D

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Sintratec, the first and only Swiss manufacturer of industrial SLS systems, has expanded its distribution network to Oceania, Australia, through a partnership with Project 3D.

Project 3D’s team guides its customers through the entire 3D process. Fitzgerald is an expert in the field of additive manufacturing – his specialties range from 3D scanning to product design, and reverse engineering.

Chris Fitzgerald, CEO Project 3D

Located near Melbourne, Project 3D has been distributing 3D printing solutions of various technologies for several years. The company’s product range has now been complemented by Sintratec’s laser-sintering systems.

The partnership also extends Sintratec’s global distribution network to the region through its partnership with the Australian company. From June 07 to June 10, the Sintratec products will already be represented by Project 3D at the Australian Manufacturing Week exhibition in Sydney.

“We are extremely excited to join with Sintratec to promote, support, and grow their vision with market-leading Swiss-engineered SLS 3D printing solutions here in Australia. We recently received our S2 System and we are already very impressed with its ease of use and quality of finish,” said Chris Fitzgerald, Project 3D’s CEO, and an expert in the field of additive manufacturing – with specialties ranging from 3D scanning to product design, and reverse engineering.

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