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Roboze Goes North – Partners with Swedish 3DCenter

Roboze, Italian manufacturer of professional 3d printing solutions for rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing applications, announced today that it has reached a distribution agreement with the 3d-Center, a leading provider of additive production and 3d printing solutions, to resell the company’s products in the Nordics, Baltics and Poland regions.

3D-Center was founded in 2012, Västervik, Sweden to offer professional users advanced additive manufacturing solutions of 3d printers and services that includes consulting, training and technical support. The company provides variety of solutions based on leading brand and technologies including SLS, Metal, MJP, SLA, DLP and others. 3D Center is the largest reseller of 3D printers in Northern Europe active in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Iceland.

“We are excited to partner with Roboze” says Ulf Qviberg, 3D-Center CEO “The Company’s 3d printing technology, which is based on a unique beltless system, offer the ability to print industrial grade materials like PEEK & PEI (ULTEM), that is suitable for advanced production applications. That brings a very interesting value proposition to the market, mostly for professional users who are looking for innovative solutions around new materials. Roboze technology strengthens our product portfolio allowing us to empower users with these new capabilities”.

“We are very happy to join forces with 3D-Center, one of the leading 3d resellers in the North part of Europe” Says Alessio Lorusso, Roboze Founder & CEO “these regions are extremely important for us due to the high awareness of 3d printing in general, and the presence of well-developed heavy industries that are yearning for innovative 3d technologies. This is the prefect ground for Roboze to deploy a professional and experienced partner such as 3D-Center, that has the right know-how in offering AM and production solutions based on 3d-printing”. Concluded Lorusso.