Bari, ITALY – 22nd February 2017 – Roboze, a leading Italian 3D printing company announced today that it has reached its first distribution agreement in Asia, by partnering with YES01 – Youngil Education System- to resell the company’s products in South Korea. As part of the agreement, Roboze will appoint YES01 as the company’s exclusive partner in South Korea.
Established in 1997, YES01 is a manufacturer and supplier of training and educational equipment’s for Automotive, Electronics, Automation, Renewable Energy and Welding Equipment. As part of its long-term strategy to offer customers advanced technological solutions, the company sells a wide selection of 3D printing solutions to the high education institutes and heavy local industries.
The addition of the Roboze line of products comes to answer the growing needs of professional 3D printing users to adopt and implement advanced 3D printing technologies in manufacturing processes. Going beyond prototyping, Roboze products enables the use of advanced techno-polymers for producing durable parts for extreme functional testing, and end-use metal replacement parts. Roboze’s unique technology is based on a patent pending HVP extruder (High Viscosity Polymers) that has the ability to control and accelerate the extrusion process of high viscosity polymers such as PEEK, PEI (ULTEM) & CARBON-PA.
“We are excited to partner with Roboze and bring its one-of-a-kind 3d printing technology to the Korea market,” said Y.J Park,YES01President and CEO. “Roboze solutions will help us to support our customers in the adoption of 3d printing for advanced design and manufacturing applications. We believe Roboze solutions will serve this purpose well”
In 2016 Roboze focused primarily on building the company’s distribution channels in EMEA. The company is now moving on, as planned, to the Asia Pacifi and North American regions. “Korea is a strategic region for any 3d printing company that wishes to reach out to leading manufacturers in Automotive, Electronics and other leading industrial segments” Said Gil Lavi, Roboze’s Vice President of Global Sales “We are honored to launch our business in Asia in Korea, especially with a large and experience company like YES01. Together, we plan to approach heavy and professional users of 3d printing technologies, and offer them new break-through capabilities which are not available today in the market. We will help them to implement our FFF 3d printing solutions in manufacturing, supporting their long term mission to reduce costs, speed up design and functional testing processes, and above all to digitize manufacturing by producing end use metal replacement parts” Concluded Lavi.
YES01 & Roboze will demonstrate Roboze 3D printing technologies at the upcoming ‘INTERMOLD 2017’ trade show to be held at KINTEX, South Korea from March 7th to the 11th