One Click Metal represented in further seven European countries

April 27, 2022

Through its new partnership with Teximp, One Click Metal’s BOLDseries will be available in seven additional European countries (Courtesy One Click Metal)
Through its new partnership with Teximp, One Click Metal’s BOLDseries will be available in seven additional European countries (Courtesy One Click Metal)

One Click Metal, Tamm, Germany, has entered into a partnership with Teximp, headquartered in Zürich, Switzerland, that will see One Click Metal represented in a further seven European countries. The new partnership will bring One Click Metal’s BOLDseries Additive Manufacturing system into Croatia, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Slovakia, Bosnia Herzegovina and Serbia, all of which host a Teximp branch.

Teximp, founded in 1982, offers Additive Manufacturing machines and CNC machine tools (vertical/horizontal/5-axis machining centres, CNC lathes/multitasking machines) to its customer base, as well as a range of related services and solutions. The company aims to provide customers with tailored support in a wide range of industries through its network of technology and software.

“With Teximp, we have an established, customer-oriented and very reliable partner who already has experience in 3D printing and is working with us to realise the vision of making metal 3D printing available for everyone,” stated Gerrit Brüggemann, CEO, One Click Metal.

Reputedly the largest Haas reseller in Europe, Teximp is strongly established in the industrial sector. Through its partnership with One Click Metal, the company is expanding its metal Additive Manufacturing offering with a system that is applicable to a wide range of industries. In addition to universities and educational institutions, One Click Metal addresses SMEs, which can now be served through Teximp‘s broad industry network.

The first appearance of One Click Metal’s BOLDseries through Teximp is scheduled to take place May 3–5, 2022, at the grand opening of its 3,200 m2 Technology and Service Center in Zagreb, Croatia.

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