Freemelt – a high-tech growth company whose solution creates new conditions for rapid growth in 3D printing – enters into an agreement with US based educational reseller Technical Training Aids, TTA. This is another step towards global expansion of the Company’s research system, Freemelt ONE.
The agreement is the second in a short time to the US market, and has already resulted in a sale of the system to Georgia Tech. TTA is active in ten states in the Southeastern US: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, North and South Carolina.
“We represent the best companies in the world. We selectively hand-pick these companies because they use industrial-grade components. This allows students to go out and directly apply knowledge gained in the classroom to jobs in their chosen industry”, says Travis Coon, President at TTA.
“This agreement has already resulted in the first system sale to Georgia Tech showing the benefit of resellers in general and TTA specifically,” says Ulric Ljungblad, CEO of Freemelt.
The research system Freemelt ONE creates benefits for Freemelt’s customers – both in terms of technology and materials. For example, tungsten, titanium, and copper are highly interesting materials in the scientific community in both aerospace and defense industries as well as in medical technology.
“Working through reseller networks expand our footprint and maximize the number of sales representatives working for Freemelt. We can already see that the agreement with TTA result in increased lead generation”, says Peter Jain, Manager Director Sales at Freemelt.
TTA was founded in 1963 and launched its commercial division, Prototyping Solutions, in 2002 to leverage its expertise in 3D printing to serve manufacturing and commercial clients. TTA and Prototyping Solutions are headquartered in Birmingham, AL.