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Meltio signs Sitres Latam as official sales partner for México metal AM market

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Mexico-based 3D printer distributor Sitres Latam is going to play a key role in the distribution and support of the Meltio metal 3D printing solutions in the Méxica market, as an official sales partner. Sitres Latam is a Mexican company with 7 years of experience, specializing in solutions for productivity with additive manufacturing focused on positioning 3D as an industrial solution. Among other brands, the company also distributes Stratasys and Makerbot systems.

Meltio offers a pioneering metal 3D printing solution that enables industrial applications with a process built around welding wire, the safest, cleanest, and most affordable metal feedstock in the market.

Sitres Latam is going to play a key role in the distribution and support of the Meltio metal 3D printing solutions in the México market

Sitres Latam will focus on building a supportive ecosystem for Meltio’s technology in the México territory partnering and driving business opportunities alongside technology centers, tooling machine companies, robotic integrators, academia, and industry.

In order to dive deep into all the ins and outs of Meltio’s turnkey metal 3D printer, the Meltio M450, the company is organizing a webinar on March 23 rd at 16:00 CET (15:00 BST | 10:00 am EST | 07:00 am PST) where the Meltio’s Head of R&D, Lukas Hoppe, and Technical Support Director, Amanda Paunil will explain the machine’s key features, technical specifications, value propositions and they will also demonstrate a complete metal 3D printing workflow.

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