Sinterit, a European based manufacturer of the most attainable professional SLS 3D Printing Solutions is officially entering the US market. Thanks to cooperation with 3D Herndon, the Polish producer will provide access to maintenance services in the US, as well as training in 3D Herndon headquarters in Virginia.
The US Additive Manufacturing market is the biggest in the world. And it is still growing. The forecasted compound annual growth rate between 2017 and 2024 is about 29%. Companies working in the United States are also one of the most advanced and demanding. It may be surprising but until this moment the availability of small, advanced SLS 3D printers was poor.
Sinterit started in 2014 as a producer of Lisa, the most affordable SLS 3D printer. Since then it introduced Lisa Pro, the more advanced and bigger model with a built-in nitrogen chamber that opened the market for researchers, prototyping and even final production companies. Now Sinterit is offering the full SLS 3D Printing Solution, which is clean and easy for all of the users.
Thanks to the partnership with 3D Herndon, customers will be able to buy directly from an American company and have convenient access to expert training, service and support based in the US.
3D Herndon is a premier source for 3D printers, knowledge & services. Based in Herndon, VA, the company offers sales, service and support to commercial firms, academic institutions and government agencies nationwide. “Because of the high quality prints and the affordable price of Sinterit 3D printers we see a big opportunity here in the US” said Ran Farmer, Founder of 3D Herndon.
Sinterit is the first manufacturer of desktop selective laser sintering 3D printers, with a mission to accelerate the world’s development by giving everyone access to innovative 3D printing SLS technology. It focuses on ease of use, versatility, and availability so that tomorrow can happen today. The company, founded by former Google employees with experience in the industry since 2014, delivers reliable, high-precision printers to customers around the world. During its four years on the market, Sinterit LISA has printed thousands of 3D products. For more information visit www.sinterit.com or follow @Sinterit on Facebook, Twitter or watch our new film on YouTube.
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