A Spanish desktop 3D printer maker has partnered with 3Dörtgen, an Istanbul-based 3D printer reseller. The goal of the partnership is to help BCN3D extend its international reach in the Turkish market.
The BCN3D Sigma R19 and Sigmax R19, and a complete variety of threads, accessories and extra pieces will be given. This is using a fresh distribution agreement via 3Dörtgen. CEO of BCN3D, Xavier Martínez Faneca said the following:
“We are pleased to cooperate with 3Dörtgen, an alliance which will support us to increase the sales in the Turkish market, where there is a high potential for the IDEX system and the distinctive duplication, mirror and multi-material printing modes.”
“Their considerable experience in additive manufacturing, combined with top-quality technical know-how makes 3Dörtgen the right fit to help us grow and serve Turkish customers in the best possible way.”
Founded in 2013, 3Dörtgen turned out to be among the first companies working in the additive manufacturing sector in Istanbul. The firm owns an additive manufacturing Cafe that provides people to smoothly use 3D printers for their tasks.
The latest collaboration with BCN3D endeavors to give the company’s clarifications amid its portfolio of FFF/FDM and SLA 3D printing systems. “We are extremely excited to announce that our cooperation with BCN3D,” added the CEO of 3Dörtgen, Vehbi Yavuz.
He also stated that the IDEX technology which BCN3D’s 3D printers have will certainly draw the concentration of producers. These are those who want low-volume batch production. BCN3D’s choice to join the market with 3Dörtgen is a credit for them.
“We think that the power which both companies have will feed the ecosystem created by 3D printer sector in Turkey,” he explained.
The Sigmax R19 and Sigma R19 were unveiled in September 2019 by BCN3D. They were unveiled as the latest generation of FFF double extruder 3D printers. All systems are furnished with an Independent Dual Extruder (IDEX) structure intended to provide high-resolution multi-material pieces.
Due to this, the firm launched the initial design files for these 3D printers to stress its commitment to open-source. Lately, BCN3D launched its biggest 3D printing system, the BCN3D Epsilon. The system is created to support manufacturing workflows, specifically for automotive makers.