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Xact Metal enters distribution partnership with Join3d

Catering to the Spanish and Portuguese markets and expanding access to affordable metal 3D printing for small-to-medium companies

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Xact Metal, a metal 3D printing company, has entered an exclusive sales and service partnership with the distribution company Join3d – catering to the Spanish and Portuguese markets. The partnership aims to expand access to affordable metal 3D printing for small-to-medium companies and decentralize additive manufacturing at large organizations.

“At Xact Metal, we’re establishing a new level of price and performance in metal 3D printing by taking the essential specs of metal additive manufacturing and combining them with proven leading technology,” said Juan Mario Gomez, CEO of Xact Metal. “We are pleased to partner with Join3d in Spain and Portugal to bring an affordable metal 3D printer into research and manufacturing applications, including tooling and molding, dental, and medical.”

Xact Metal enters distribution partnership with Join3d - expanding access to affordable metal 3D printing in Spain and Portugal.
Xact Metal’s 3D printers.

Join3d provides deep knowledge of 3D printing through their expansive line of products, including resin 3D printing, FDM 3D printing, and 3D scanning, as well as experience in the research, dental, and manufacturing sectors. Through Join3d, Xact Metal’s mission to reduce financial barriers to metal 3D technology can be achieved at small-to-medium enterprises in the Iberian Peninsula.

“We are excited to begin our partnership with Xact Metal to introduce metal 3D printers that meet the needs of businesses in Spain and Portugal,” said Ramón Bolós, CEO of Join3d. “Xact Metal’s printers offer a lower initial cost while keeping a high-level performance for our customers, allowing them to access the predominant technology used today in additive manufacturing.”

“Our new partnership with Join3d is a significant step for Xact Metal,” said Gomez. “Their experienced  technical team can handle sales, training, and service of our metal 3D printing equipment, making them a  great partner for Xact Metal.”

Recently, Xact Metal partnered with Uddeholm to supply corrosion-resistant, cobalt-free Corrax tool steel powder to its customers, and also partnered with GPAINNOVA to offer a complete solution encompassing design, printing, and finishing processes.

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