Nexa3D expands global reseller network

Big Systems (USA), 3D Phoenix, Emetrês, SEEDA and AMS (South Africa) join the party

After 3DZ for Southern Europe, Nexa3D has signed several new resellers covering the United States, Poland, Portugal, the Netherlands, Belgium and South Africa to expand its global reach to four continents. The reseller network expansion is part of Nexa3D’s ambitious plan to deliver significant speed and productivity upgrade for the tens of thousands of legacy stereolithography printer users by delivering ultra-fast industrial printers at an attractive cost of ownership. The company’s flagship NXE400 has the ability to print up to 19 liters of parts in a single build.

Through the Covid-19 pandemic, Nexa3D continues to expand its collaboration with resellers to help their customers increase their design agility and supply chain resiliency throughout their design and manufacturing cycle, reducing the time required to produce functional prototypes and production parts from hours to just minutes.  As traditional manufacturing supply chains begin to recover and look towards a post-Covid-19 reality, Nexa3D offers manufacturers a new way to ensure they can adapt to future shocks to the system with the flexibility to adapt quickly.

In the USA, Nexa3D signed Big Systems, a company that offers wide-format digital printing and 3D additive manufacturing equipment, software and supplies.  Representing a broad line of aqueous, solvent, eco-solvent, UV-curable, and latex, roll-to-roll, flatbed and 3D additive printing solutions, Big Systems’ other partners include Markforged, XYZprinting, HP, Epson, Mimaki, HSM CAM and Onyx.  “Nexa3D printers offer speed, precision and automation to give our customers the boost they need to reach their goals and adjust as needed to changing conditions,” said Big Systems president Joe Jones. “We are very excited that Nexa3D printers will be a strong part of our collection of leading brands with their ability to provide manufacturers high-quality and next-generation speed.”

New European distributors were signed for Poland, Portugal and the Benelux region. The new Polish distributor, 3D Phoenix specializes in delivering professional and industrial 3D printers and 3D scanners. The company offers equipment from brands such as Markforged, Sinterit, XYZprinting, Sprintray, Artec3D and Shining 3D.

Emetrês, in Portugal, has a strong focus on digital printing and finishing technologies with a current emphasis on 3D printing, selling brands such as Formlabs, Massivit, 3Dgence, and Raise3D. In addition to Portugal, Emetrês also serves other markets including Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde, and São Tomé and Príncipe.

Finally, SEEDA, serving the Netherlands and Belgium, focuses on the engineering, R&D and academic sectors, SEEDA offers a wide range of quality products centered on FFF, SLA and SLS, including XYZpro, Sinterit, Ultimaker and Intamsys. The company also offers 3D printing services for FFF, SLA and SLS, consultations, and technical support including repairs and maintenance.

In Africa, Nexa3D is partnering with South Africa’s Additive Manufacturing Solutions, the first company in South Africa to offer affordable and professional 3D printing technologies (since 2010). With its founders having more than 20 years’ experience within the automotive and aerospace sectors, AMS offers expert advice and the latest technologies to bring added value to businesses in South Africa. Providing instant online quotes through its service bureau, AMS also offers 3D printing brands such as Prodways, Farsoon, Sintratec, Intamsys, Metalfab1 and a wide range of scanners.

“We are honored to work with these highly dynamic and visionary 3D printing suppliers from around the world,” said Avi Reichental, Executive Chairman & CEO of Nexa3D. “As we all move through the pandemic and to the point when it ends, the focus for manufacturers must be on design agility and supply chain resiliency. Nexa3D’s products can be a powerful tool for customers to move in that direction by converting current 3D printing speeds from dialup internet to broadband-like productivity. We are grateful for these new partnerships and together, we can build a more robust and secure future for the benefit of our mutual customers.”

 

Victor Anusci

Victor does not really exist. He is a pseudonym for several writers in the 3D Printing Media Network team. As a pseudonym, Victor has also had a fascinating made-up life story, living as a digital (and virtual) nomad to cover the global AM industry. He has always worked extra-hard whenever he was needed to create unique content. However, lately, as our editorial team has grown, he is mostly taking care of publishing press releases.

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