Superior 3D Solutions signs seller agreement with Markforged for Metal X

May 26, 2017

May 26, 2017

Superior 3D Solutions, Rancho Cucamonga, California, USA, has signed an agreement with Markforged, Cambridge, Massachusetts, to sell the company’s new Metal X Additive Manufacturing system. Superior 3D Solutions currently sells and provides service for the entire Markforged line of Additive Manufacturing systems, including the Onyx series, Mark Two and Mark X. The Metal X is designed to print 17-4 stainless steel and several other materials including aluminium, tool steels, titanium and Inconel are in beta testing.

“The level of strength the Markforged system is able to produce is amazing,” stated Shayne Denston, President of Superior 3D Solutions. “Adding metals to the line-up puts Markforged at the front of the pack in the 3D printing industry. We are very fortunate to team up with Markforged and excited to demonstrate the game-changing capabilities this technology has to help advance design, engineering and manufacturing.”

Superior 3D Solutions tested 20 different printers before deciding to sell Markforged’s line of printers exclusively. The company provides a range of services highlighting the Markforged line, including weekly ‘lunch and learns’. It also provides on-site demonstrations.

“Superior 3D Solutions has a deep knowledge of the 3D printing industry, enabling them to provide critical insights to their customers,” commented Matt Katzman, Director of Worldwide Sales, Markforged. “They have a strong track record of helping companies in many different industries receive the maximum value from their Markforged printers.”

May 26, 2017

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