Airwolf 3D announced the ability to lease 3D printers through strategic partnerships with two of the US leading leasing corporations, TimePayment Corporation and Marlin Equipment Finance.
Leasing makes the latest Airwolf 3D printers accessible to a broader audience by reducing the need for upfront cash payments and preserving their valuable capital.
Businesses and consumers begin the Airwolf 3D leasing process by visiting the company’s website and completing the on-line application process. The entire approval and leasing process can be completed in a matter of hours, with terms ranging from 12 months to 60 months.
“Our customers have been asking for a financing alternative, and we are pleased to be able to offer these financial products that make 3D printing more accessible,” explains Mark Mathews, President of Airwolf 3D. “We expect both consumers and businesses will be very pleased with the addition of leasing to the Airwolf 3D offerings.”
This announcement follows Airwolf 3D’s partnership with UK-based Hawk 3D Proto, that offers clients financal assistance in buying 3D printers. Further, MakerBot has recently partnered up with Affirm and LEAF Commercial Capital to provide customers with flexible payment options for MakerBot products.