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In this edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we’ve got software news, business, and something fun for your weekend. CADENAS’ eCATALOG solutions makes digital twins a reality, and Nexa3D is announcing some new reseller agreements. Finally, BCN3D celebrated the 35th anniversary of Super Mario Bros with a fun 3D printed project!
This week, Nexa3D announced its latest round of global reseller partnerships, with companies in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Turkey, Mexico, and the United States. These newest partners will expand the additive polymer 3D printer company’s reach in offering thermoplastic and photoplastic systems, like its QLS350 and NXE400, in addition to software solutions, materials, and post-processing. It’s been a pretty busy year for Nexa3D, even with the pandemic, as it acquired NXT Factory and announced partnerships with Henkel, BASF, Siemens, DSM, and more, not to mention even more reseller partnerships. Its latest partners are AM technology supplier Vossi Group Oy, which serves Finland and the Baltic States of Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia; Promakim in Turkey, which provides flexible packaging, outdoor and indoor advertising products, digital printing, and 3D printing solutions; automated machinery and equipment provider AXIOMATEK in Mexico; and Tennessee-based Product Development Inc. (PDI) in ths US, which offers plenty of AM and prototyping technologies, such as desktop milling, vacuum forming, and 3D printing.
“We are thrilled to work with these esteemed additive manufacturing companies. I am confident that they will help us realize fast and impressive results as we approach the end of the pandemic, and refocus our efforts to digitizing the world’s supply chain in the years to come,” stated Nexa3D’s CEO Avi Reichental. “Together, we will build back better with a more robust, secure and sustainable future for the benefit of our mutual customers.”