Anisoprint, a manufacturer of continuous fiber 3D printing systems, and Systemcreate announced an exclusive distribution partnership that will accelerate the adoption of 3D printed continuous fiber-reinforced composites in the Japanese market.
In spite of the many challenges the world faces, the AM market keeps growing and the Luxembourg-based deep-tech startup keeps expanding its global footprint. As part of the deal Systemcreate will exclusively distribute Anisoprints proprietary CFC (continuous fiber coextrusion) technology and the Composer 3D printing system in Japan.
Exclusive partnerships build the foundation of Anisoprint’s strategic growth
As seen in the recent deals in China, India, and now Japan, exclusive distributor agreements have become Anisoprint’s main method for establishing stable and strong business relationships that encourages dedicated and committed work.
Takafumi Sakamoto, Director of Asia & Pacific at Anisoprint said: “Exclusive agreements are a cornerstone to building trust, close business relationships, and high productivity. We value the efforts and commitment that Systemcreate offers us and are eager to start working with such a strong and experienced partner.”
Anisoprint Composer is a 3D printer designed to manufacture polymer components with continuous carbon fiber reinforcement. The printer is capable of printing lattice structures, supports flexible material selection, and allows full control of fiber path generation.
Systemcreate plans to invest more resources in marketing to promote the Composer systems and establish a team of engineers with in-depth understanding of the CFC 3D printing technology and provide outstanding customer support service.
Mr. Masayoshi Kawakami, President at Systemcreate said: “I am convinced that signing an exclusive distribution agreement for Anisoprint Composers will lead to our further growth. It is also my great pleasure that we can contribute and help Japanese engineers develop innovative products by using continuous carbon fiber 3D printers. We will now start collaborating closely with Anisoprint to accelerate cultivating the Japanese market.”
For more information about Anisoprint, visit anisoprint.com.
For more information about Systemcreate, visit www.systemcreate-inc.co.jp.