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Sintratec and Thes3D enter into Partnership in Greece

The 3D printing market in Greece is undergoing an exciting development as Sintratec, a leading SLS printer manufacturer from Switzerland, has partnered with Thes3D. This move marks Thes3D‘s inclusion as the first official distributor of Sintratec’s advanced SLS technologies in the Greek region.

With main locations in the major cities of Thessaloniki and Athens, Thes3D brings over 15 years of experience in additive manufacturing. Its influence extends beyond Greece to Romania, Bulgaria and Cyprus. Thanks to collaborations with brands such as EOS, Creality and Ultimaker, Thes3D has established itself as a central figure in the 3D printing space. The partnership with Sintratec now expands their portfolio in the selective laser sintering segment.

For Sintratec, this move not only marks its entry into the Greek market, but also the expansion of an already impressive global network. With the launch of Sintratec’s 2022 all-material platform, the company has set standards in the field of SLS printing. Particularly noteworthy here are the multi-material compatibility and modular design. Added to this is the ability to print metal powders in addition to polymers using cold metal fusion. Interested parties can see Sintratec’s technology in person at the upcoming Formnext trade show in Frankfurt.

Jaime Cavazos, CEO Thes3D: “Diese neue Partnerschaft ebnet den Weg für noch anspruchsvollere und speziellere Dienstleistungen von Thes3D, mit Unterstützung und Expertise eines der stärksten Akteure im Bereich des SLS-Drucks, nämlich Sintratec.”

In conclusion, this cooperation will have a lasting impact and further develop the 3D printing market in Greece and beyond. It is expected that through this alliance both Sintratec and Thes3D will be able to expand their market shares and sphere of influence.

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