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Xact Metal extends partnership with GoEngineering

In addition to the West, Midwest, and Southeast United States, the partnership will now cover Canada, too

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In an effort to bring affordable metal 3D printing to small to medium-sized companies and decentralize additive manufacturing, Xact Metal has expanded its partnership with GoEngineer, to now cover Canada, too. GoEngineering currently represents Xact Metal in the West, Midwest, and Southeast United States.

“During our two-year partnership, we’ve developed a strong relationship with GoEngineer to help customers start their journey from plastics into metal 3D printing,” said Juan Mario Gomez, CEO of Xact Metal.

GoEngineer has been at the forefront of technical innovation for over 35 years – helping engineering, manufacturing, and product design companies stay competitive. The company has been the top global leader in terms of sales of Stratasys polymer printers, and the top North American leader for SOLIDWORKS for many consecutive years. GoEngineering also has US distribution partnerships with other major additive manufacturing players, including Velo3D, Nano Dimension, and others.

“Xact Metal offers high-quality metal 3D printing in a sustainable and affordable way,” said Ken Coburn, Owner of GoEngineer. “Our expanded sales and service partnership complements our joint goal of supporting customers in Canada.”

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