Formlabs Announces Distribution Partnerships in Five New Countries
Growing market demand lead to new partners with Israel’s Systematics, South Africa’s Build Volume, South Korea’s 3Developer, Sweden’s Creative Tools and Turkey’s 3bFAB
SOMERVILLE, Mass., October 28, 2015 — Formlabs, the designer and manufacturer of powerful and accessible 3D printing systems, today announced distribution partnerships in five new countries, in response to growing demand in Israel, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden and Turkey. Joining Formlabs' global family of partners are Israel’s Systematics, South Africa’s Build Volume, South Korea’s 3Developer, Sweden’s Creative Tools and Turkey’s 3bFAB, all leading providers of 3D printing technologies in their countries with extensive experience in sales and servicing.
Customers in the five countries will now have access to the same seamless experience and high levels of customer service and after sales care enjoyed by all Formlabs customers.
“Today’s partnerships mark another exciting chapter in Formlabs’ rapid growth,” said Luke Winston, Sales and Operations Lead of Formlabs. “Together with our partners, Formlabs will continue expanding distribution and service to new markets, growing our already existing footprints in Asia and Europe, and furthering our mission of bringing affordable, powerful desktop 3D printing to users around the globe.”
With today’s new partners, Formlabs’ reach now extends across five continents in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and North America and in countries including Australia, China, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, South Africa, Sweden, Turkey and United Kingdom. Today’s news comes on the heels of Formlabs’ launch of Form 2, the company’s second generation high-resolution, desktop stereolithography (SLA) 3D printer and the most advanced 3D printer on the desktop.
Formlabs (formlabs.com) designs and manufactures powerful and accessible 3D printing systems for engineers, designers, and artists. Their flagship product, the Form 2 3D Printer, uses stereolithography (SLA) to create high-resolution physical objects from digital designs. The company was founded in 2012 by a team of engineers and designers from the MIT Media Lab and Center for Bits and Atoms.
With its powerful, intuitive, and affordable machines, Formlabs is establishing a new benchmark in professional desktop 3D printing. Formlabs also develops its own suite of high-performance materials for 3D printing, as well as best-in-class 3D-printing software.