Black Buffalo 3D Corporation, a leading provider of large-scale 3D construction printers, has entered a strategic partnership with FITTLE – the equipment financing business of Xerox Holdings Corporation that rebranded as FITTLE in 2022, and is a leading provider of innovative business financing and payment solutions – to help bring the company’s pioneering 3D concrete printing technology to market.
“A huge part of our company’s mission is to increase awareness, efficiency, and utility of additive manufacturing to completely transform the way we build,” said Michael Woods, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer of Black Buffalo 3D. “We’re excited to partner with FITTLE to help us execute on this mission as we grow our global footprint.”
Black Buffalo 3D is revolutionizing the construction industry with its products and technologies that reduce build time, labor costs, site waste, and material costs – resulting in more sustainable construction and infrastructure. FITTLE will work with Black Buffalo 3D to help make its NEXCON 3D construction printers more readily available in the construction market through its expansive financing offerings.
“As a global provider of innovative business financing solutions, FITTLE is well-positioned to support Black Buffalo 3D’s growth during this transformative time for the company,” said Nicole Torraco, President of FITTLE. “We look forward to executing a strong and sustainable partnership as the company continues to disrupt the construction industry.”
Working with FITTLE to offer lease, finance, rental, and purchase options for its large-scale NEXCON printers, Black Buffalo 3D is staying true to its mission to make 3D construction printing an accessible technology.
“This partnership just makes good sense, and we are thrilled for our customers,” said Tim Murphy, President of Black Buffalo 3D Finance. “It’s the convergence of ConTech and FinTech, which now enables construction firms and contractors to solve the affordable housing crisis faster, more efficiently, and with manageable monthly payments instead of massive upfront costs.”