3D printer manufacturer UnionTech is back on the US market with its machines. RP America will present UnionTech at Rapid+TCT 2023.
UnionTech is returning to the U.S. market with its 3D printing machines. RP America Inc. will showcase the company and its equipment at Rapid+TCT 2023, May 2-4, in Chicago.
Booth 5440 will feature 3DXTech’s Gearbox HT2 for fused deposition modeling (FDM) and UnionTech’s RSPro800 for large-format stereolithography (SLA). RP America will also showcase the Shanghai-based company’s new digital light processing (DLP) offerings (Cute 300 and 380).
UnionTech, founded in 2000, is the largest manufacturer of industrial SLA printers in the world. After taking a break from the market starting in 2019, the company recently established a new U.S. subsidiary, UTnext 3D Texas LLC, in Houston and is now better positioned to serve North America.
Paul Anfinson, Executive Vice President of RP America, said: “We are excited to bring UnionTech’s technology back to North America via our distribution partnership, as their sole North American distributor. These machines are highly capable industrial printers suitable for serial production. The UnionTech lineup includes some of the largest-frame SLA machines currently on the market and offers users a much more affordable SLA platform compared to the closed-source machines available today.”
RP America, based in New Sharon, Iowa, has a service-first mentality. Originally founded to service older 3D Systems SLA machines, the company expanded into machine and material sales due to customer demand.
“We have an open-source philosophy and are uniquely positioned as an additive manufacturing systems integrator,” noted Anfinson. “Our customers aren’t locked into a single manufacturer of machines or materials, and RP America is pleased to provide innovative machinery, materials, installations, and preventative and emergency maintenance services to its customers.”
Find out more about UnionTech at uniontech3d.com.