Sintratec’s desktop SLS machines are now being distributed by the Dutch 3D printing specialist ColorFabb. Sintratec thereby expands its distribution network to the Benelux countries. ColorFabb enters the SLS 3D printing market with this partnership.
Brugg, 8 November 2017 – Sintratec is expanding its distribution network to the Benelux region by cooperating with the 3D printing specialist ColorFabb. The Dutch company has its origins in the plastics industry, where the company continues to play a leading role. The focus is on the development, production and distribution of filaments – plastic threads, which are used as printing material for FFF 3D printers. Now, ColorFabb enters the desktop SLS 3D printing market, adding the Sintratec Kit and the Sintratec S1 to its portfolio.
“We’ve been following the development of SLS desktop 3D printing with great interest and acquired our first Sintratec S1 at a tradeshow in 2015. We’ve experimented a lot with the Sintratec S1 and have given our engineers the time to truly understand and see the value of this technology. We’re now ready to share our insight and knowledge with our clients. We believe the Sintratec S1 is a unique offering which strengthens our portfolio of 3D printers and professional services,” says Ruud Rouleaux, director at ColorFabb B.V.
Convinced to have found the right partner
“The profound knowledge about the 3D Printing industry, the closeness to their customers and especially the passion that ColorFabb brings into their daily business have fully convinced us. ColorFabb has tested our machines since 2015 and their decision is a proof of trust for Sintratec. We are proud to have such a well-known market player on board now. As Sintratec goes more and more from local to global we are sure that with ColorFabb we have found the right partner for the Benelux region,” says Dominik Solenicki, CEO at Sintratec AG.