3D Phoenix announced as official Polish sales partner for Meltio

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February 5, 2024

February 5, 2024

3D Phoenix, Łomianki, Poland, has been named an official sales partner for Meltio, headquartered in Linares, Spain. Under the partnership, 3D Phoenix will play a key role in the distribution and support of the Meltio metal Additive Manufacturing solutions in the Polish market.

“We are excited about our emerging partnership with Meltio, as this is a landmark moment for the Polish industry,” stated Rafał Pancewicz, Business Development Director at 3D Phoenix. “Whether our customer is looking for a conventional 3D metal printer or a printing system integrated with a CNC machine that seamlessly combines addition and subtraction processes, utilising the best aspects of both technologies; or prefers integration with a robotic arm for greater freedom in creating large, complex parts and innovative exterior coatings – with Meltio, we will fit any of these scenarios. This technology opens up entirely new possibilities in the production of metal parts.”

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Tomasz Garniec, Meltio Manager – Poland, added, “As a Meltio team, we are happy that our already long efforts to find a good partner in Poland have finally ended in success. 3D Phoenix represents a business that fits well with our philosophy. The Łomianki-based company is an experienced supplier of additive devices but focuses on engineering and industrial solutions.

“Poland – as an economy of nearly forty million people in the central-eastern part of Europe – has a developed economy in which we find huge mining companies, big production in the automotive sector, a large defence production sector, but also heavy industry, which is largely based on foundry engineering. Poland has been one of the world’s major players in industrial metalworking for many years – so it’s a good place for Meltio to grow,” Garniec concluded.

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