With an aim to expand access to affordable metal 3D printing for small-to-medium size companies and decentralize additive manufacturing, the metal PBF 3D printer manufacturer Xact Metal signed an exclusive sales and service partnership with Prototech, a leading Stratasys distributor in South Korea.
“At Xact Metal, we’re establishing a new level of price and performance in metal 3d printing by taking the essential specs of metal additive manufacturing and combining them with breakthrough technology,” said Juan Mario Gomez, CEO of Xact Metal. “We are pleased to partner with Prototech as we help customers start their journey from plastics into metal 3D printing.”
With extensive experience in the world of 3D, Prototech provides high-level solutions including 3D printers and 3D scanners from world-class brands. Prototech also provides prototyping service and reverse engineering services. As the largest company in the Korean AM industry, Prototech is forming a network with customers in various fields and has its own customer support team to support high-level technologies. It also has a strong and knowledgeable team dedicated to service, making them a great partner for Xact Metal as we expand our mission to reduce the financial barrier into metal 3d printing across South Korea.
“We are pleased to announce our partnership with Xact Metal to offer high-quality, metal 3D printing in a practical and affordable way,” states Amy Choi, Marketing Lead for Prototech. “Xact Metal’s combination of innovation and carefully engineered solutions will allow a variety of companies to thrive in metal additive manufacturing and differentiate themselves in their marketplace.”
“The sales and service partnership with Prototech, South Korea complements Xact Metal’s aim to support customers locally,” said Gomez. “Prototech’s experienced and technical team in South Korea is dedicated to 3D printing equipment and service, making them a great partner for Xact Metal as we continue our journey.”