Xact Metal expands partnership with GoEngineer

November 8, 2022

An example of the Xact metal AM machines available through GoEngineer (Courtesy GoEngineer)
An example of the Xact metal AM machines available through GoEngineer (Courtesy GoEngineer)

Xact Metal, State College, Pennsylvania, USA, has announced an expanded partnership in Canada with GoEngineer, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, which currently represents Xact Metal in the West, Midwest, and Southeast United States. The expanded partnership aims to bring affordable metal Additive Manufacturing to small and medium-sized companies and decentralise AM.

“During our two-year partnership, we’ve developed a strong relationship with GoEngineer to help customers start their journey from plastics into metal 3D printing,” stated CEO Juan Mario Gomez.

GoEngineer has over thirty-five years of experience providing design solutions, including CAD, PLM and polymer AM machines to thousands of customers. It has been a leader in sales of Stratasys Additive Manufacturing machines and a North American leader in SOLIDWORKS.

Ken Coburn, GoEngineer Owner, commented, “Xact Metal offers high-quality metal 3D printing in a sustainable and affordable way. Our expanded sales and service partnership complements our joint goal of supporting customers in Canada.”



An example of the Xact metal AM machines available through GoEngineer (Courtesy GoEngineer)

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