Following the opening of their first 3D printing store and 3D hub in Krakow about a year ago, Polish 3D printer manufacturer Zortrax has just launched the second store in Warsaw.
The new Zortrax Store was openend in cooperation with their official distributor 3D Phoenix. Łukasz Kaczmarczyk, CEO of 3D Phoenix explains: “Our research shows that 8 out of 10 customers will decide on their purchase of a 3D printer after having examined its performance capabilities in reality. We would like our customers to be able to see for themselves how well-suited Zortrax products are to a work environment. The decision to open our 3D printing showroom wasn’t only business-oriented; we wanted to educate Poles.”
Just as their first store, the new location will not only incorporate a showroom for customers to experience their products at first hand, but also a place for anyone to get information and learn more about 3D printing technology.
“One of the primary aspects of the Zortrax Store is a focus on education,” Rafał Tomasiak, CEO of Zortrax said. “Presently, we are engaged in talks with several universities teaching future engineers and designers. It is our hope that we will be able to organize various meetings and lectures for these students at the Zortrax Store in the near future. Educating Poles and raising their awareness on the advantages of 3D printing, and the endless possibilities that this technology carries with it, was one of the main reasons behind opening the Zortrax Store in Warsaw. I am strongly convinced that our showroom will soon become a very important point on Poland’s technological map.”