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GRR announces Millénium 3D as French Reseller

Munich (Germany) / Nantes (France), February 2017 – Millénium 3D is an Authorized Reseller for German RepRap 3D Printers in France since mid of 2016. Especially the X350 and X400 series have been successfully deployed in large numbers all across Europe by the manufacturer German RepRap. “We already have a number of customers there that have received our products from Germany. With Millénium 3D our existing and prospective customers now have a local contact as well. We are confident this will further increase our market share for 3D printers”, says Florian Bautz, managing director of German RepRap.

Millénium 3D is anticipating a strong demand on the 3D printing market in France. “We enter the world of Additive Manufacturing, because this technology pushes the boundaries of the traditional manufacturing. To be relevant at the market this technology needs to be integrated and reflected by the needs of customer and that’s why millennium 3D supports their customers by targeting their needs. For example with training and maintenance of equipment’s,” explains Franck Michaud, President of Millénium 3D.

The decision to work with German RepRap as a partner was made because of different factors. Decisive factors were the robustness and quality of components as well as the metal structures and the simplicity of implementation. Another big benefit is the Open Source System policy and the opportunity to experiment with different materials.

“Our team from the world of industry – for example engineers and industrial designers is controlling manufacturing processes. This helps us to empathize with our customers and in fact we speak the same language as our customers”, says Franck Michaud and summarizes “with German RepRap we hope to grow the Additive Manufacturing business and make Millénium 3D and German RepRap the number one 3D printer and 3D printing supplier in France. We now want to bring an answer to the needs of the current 3D printing market and share our vision for the 3D printing.”