PostProcess expands market reach with new regional partnerships
February 9, 2018
PostProcess Technologies, Buffalo, New York, USA, a manufacturer of automated support removal and surface finishing equipment, has announced the signing of two regional partnerships in the US, which it states will expand its presence and support growing demand for its proprietary technology.
In the Southeast US, PostProcess will now partner with the Alabama-based Prototyping Solutions to serve industrial clients and Technical Training Aids to serve the education market. Both companies are said to be well-regarded as distributors of Additive Manufacturing, 3D scanning and rapid prototyping technologies.
“Bringing PostProcess into our portfolio solves a major problem our customers have experienced for years at our hundreds of printer installations,” stated Eddie Hanebuth, of Prototyping Solutions. “We’re excited to be one of the first onboard and finally offer our users a forward-thinking, comprehensive technology solution for their post-print bottleneck.”
TekPro Group, headquartered in California, will represent PostProcess in the Southwestern US. This company has installed and supported more than 700 AM systems throughout its lifetime.
“With our combined decades of experience in Additive Manufacturing, we’re thrilled to support PostProcess as they expand their market reach,” commented Jack Lisinski, TekPro Group. “PostProcess’ innovative approach with a software-based, hands-free, automated system offering repeatable, consistent finishing of parts is a game-changer for the market.”
“With a number of proven applications now established in key markets such as automotive, aerospace, medical, and consumer goods, PostProcess is laser-focused on delivering significant growth in 2018,” stated Jeff Mize, CEO, PostProcess. “As we continue to pioneer the automated post-printing space with our comprehensive software, hardware and chemistry solutions, having well-established partners in place that can extend the reach of our rapidly growing business is essential.”