Xact Metal’s affordable metal AM machines available from GoEngineer

February 10, 2021

Xact Metal machines offer open powder/architecture Additive Manufacturing (Courtesy GoEngineer)

Aiming to bring affordable metal Additive Manufacturing to smaller companies, Xact Metal, State College, Pennsylvania, USA, has partnered with GoEngineer, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, in an exclusive sales and service contract in the western United States.

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 the global leader in sales of Stratasys AM machines and the North American leader in SOLIDWORKS, a CAD and CAE computer program from Dassault Systèmes.

The partnership with Xact will see expansion of GoEngineering’s metal AM portfolio, which already includes systems from Velo3D.

“At Xact Metal, we’re taking the essential specs of metal 3D printing and combining them with breakthrough technology to establish a new level of price and performance,” stated Juan Mario Gomez, CEO of Xact Metal. “We are pleased to partner with GoEngineer as we help their thousands of customers start their journal from plastics into metal 3D printing.”

XM200C (right) and XM200S (left) are two Xact metal AM machines available through GoEngineer (Courtesy GoEngineer)

“We are pleased to announce our partnership with Xact Metal to offer high-quality, metal 3D printing in a sustainable and affordable way,” commented Ken Coburn, GoEngineer Owner. “Xact Metal’s combination of Powder Bed Fusion and innovative, advanced technologies will allow a variety of companies to thrive in Additive Manufacturing and differentiate themselves in their marketplace.”

“The sales and service partnership with GoEngineer complements Xact Metal’s aim to support customers locally,” added Gomez. “It complements our other distributors in North America, including Cimquest, Advanced Technology Consultants and Allegheny Education Systems—and around the world.”



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