Xact Metal, State College, Pennsylvania, USA, has announced a sales and service partnership with Tecnologías Computarizadas para Manufactura S.A. de C.V (TCM) based in Mexico and USM Colombia to expand Xact Metal’s Additive Manufacturing solutions to Latin America.
“At Xact Metal, we’re committed to expanding the adoption and the democratisation of metal 3D printing by establishing a new level of price and performance in the industry,” stated Juan Mario Gomez, CEO of Xact Metal. “Increasing sales and service partnerships globally is key to the success of this mission, which is why we are excited to be growing across Latin America in exclusive partnerships with Tecnologías Computarizadas para Manufactura S.A. de C.V and USM Colombia.”
Founded in 1996, TCM worked with computer-assisted manufacturing equipment and now offers a range of high-end Additive Manufacturing solutions including metal, resin and plastic Additive Manufacturing machines in addition to offering software support. USM Colombia has more than twenty years of experience in 3D technologies for industry, medical and education. It provides design solutions including 3D scanning, 3D optical metrology, Additive Manufacturing machines and modelling technologies. Since 2008, the company has distributed 3D technologies in the industrial and educational sectors.
“We are looking forward to working with the Xact Metal product line as we see the value in their mission and products” commented Juan González Luna Marseille, CEO at Tecnologías Computarizadas para Manufactura. “There is a strong demand for affordable metal 3D printers in Mexico and with this product offering there is ample opportunity for technology expansion.”
Andrés Uribe Santa, owner of USM Colombia, added, “We are pleased to announce our partnership with Xact Metal to offer high-quality, metal 3D printing in a sustainable and affordable way. Xact Metal’s combination of impressive engineering and innovative solutions will allow a variety of companies to thrive in Additive Manufacturing and differentiate themselves in their marketplace.”