Manufacturing solution merchant Saratech has purchased the additive manufacturing sales business of TekPro Group, California-based firm. The company made the announcement last month. The purchase is expected to help Saratech to improve its 3D printing product offering. This has been seen as a good move by many.
TekPro was started in 2002 and it has since then sol, provided support and installed for over 700 3D printing systems. Also, the firm has turned out to be the pioneer distribution associates of PostProcess Technologies in January 2018.
The 3D printing sales and technical stuff of TekPro will now be connected to the Saratech business. Saratech is a renowned supplier of additive manufacturing technologies. Additionally, Saratech operates with its clients base to enhance their production workflows through the combination of the latest technologies.
The technologies include PLM (product lifecycle management) software and 3D printing hardware. It is a supplier of Siemens CAM/CAD/PDM/CAE software and additive manufacturing hardware from BigRep, Markforged, and HP. Products from such vendors are maximized by Saratech clients to promote the prototyping and creation of parts in different markets.
This product contribution will now be more expanded owing to the agreement with the TekPro Group. Commenting on the partnership Dr. Saeed, CEO of Saratech said the following: “I am very pleased to welcome TekPro, a company with a tremendous amount of 3D printing experience, to Saratech.”
“3D printing technology is quickly becoming a very relevant technology for product development. 3D printing allows creative, cost-effective, time-effective and performance-effective solutions. Quite often making the impossible very possible.” He added.
Jack Lisinski, President of TekPro Group said that they are thrilled to include their 3D printing prowess to Saratech’s engineering services and sturdy product lifecycle management.
“We can now offer end to end solutions, improving our customer’s product development cycle, resulting in reduced cost and faster time to market.” He said.