Nano3Dprint announces Japan distribution partnership

June 26, 2023

nano3Dprint’s A2200 is compatible with BASF ultrafuse and other metal-based filaments (Courtesy nano3Dprint)
nano3Dprint’s A2200 is compatible with BASF ultrafuse and other metal-based filaments (Courtesy nano3Dprint)

Nano3Dprint, headquartered in Burlingame, California, USA, has announced a new distribution partner in Asia. System Create Co., Ltd, based in Japan, is set to distribute nano3Dprint’s A2200 multi-material Additive Manufacturing machine and the B3300 dual-dispensing AM machine to its customers throughout Japan.

The A2200, which is compatible with BASF ultrafuse and other metal-based filaments, and the B3300 were unveiled at Manufacturing World at Tokyo Big Sight on June 21-23.

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“The volume of 3D printer sales is expanding significantly,” stated Renato Sugiyama, Global Sales Assistant, System Create. “The driving factors are shorter product development times, cost savings and strong pushes for automation.”

Ramsey Stevens, CEO, nano3Dprint, added, “This partnership will enable us to support universities and businesses in their prototyping initiatives. Researchers will be able to perform rapid research and development, and industry professionals will benefit by utilising the latest technology for 3D printed electronics and advanced applications.”

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