EnvisionTEC Announces Partnerships with Elliott Data Systems and Becoming3D

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EnvisionTEC has very recently announced that they will take on two new partnerships–with Elliott Data Systems, Inc. and Becoming3D. EnvisionTEC, a German-based manufacturer of 3D Printers, including software and material, is diversifying in these partnerships, with one being with a much older established company, as well as a partnership with the startup company Becoming3D.

Elliott Data Systems, Inc., headquartered in Missouri, provides secure ID badge systems, debit and credit card instant issuance systems, as well as a vast array of healthcare point-of-care solutions. While headquartered in Missouri, Elliott data Systems also has offices in Memphis, TN and Chicago, IL.

envis2Elliott Data will be focusing on distributing the ULTRA® 3SPSeries, the Perfactory® Standard Family, and the Xede® and Xtreme® Industrial Series 3D Printers. Applications for these 3D printers include prototype tooling, functional models, direct manufacturing, fit and assembly, patterns for metal casting, and toys/animation.

Also in the news, coming on board as the latest EnvisionTEC partner, Becoming3D will provide EnvisionTEC’s advanced commercial 3D printing products and solutions to its enterprise-level customers in the State of Florida. Becoming3D is a leading provider of 3D printing design-to-manufacturing solutions including 3D printers, print materials and supplies for both professionals and consumers. Their products and services replace and complement traditional operational methods and reduce the time and cost of designing new products by printing real pieces directly from digital input. Becoming 3D was co-founded in 2014 by printing industry veteran Grant Sadowski, a Hewlett Packard Elite Partner.

Grant Sadowski, founder of Becoming3D

Grant Sadowski, founder of Becoming3D

 “Brands like Ford, Cartier, and Kraft Foods trust EnvisionTEC 3D printing technology, and now we’re thrilled to offer the strength of EnvisionTEC’s enterprise-class technology, with our methodology, to our customers in the Southeast,” said Becoming3D co-founder Grant Sadowski.

As they expand distribution in the U.S., all involved partners should profit as 3D printing is taking the manufacturing industry by storm, with shipments of 3D printers to grow by almost 100% annually for the next several years.

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 EnvsionTEC’s products are designed for specialization in the following areas:

  • biofabrication
  • additive manufacturing
  • rapid prototyping
  • medical devices and implants
  • digital dentistry
  • jewelry design and fabrication
  • toys and animation
  • digital manufacturing
  • materials science and engineering
  • hearing aid shell fabrication

EnvisionTEC produces 3D Printers that are purchased by a varied, international base of clients for a wide range of dental, medical, mold making, animation, prototyping, biofabrication, and other applications.

The EnvisionTEC family of printers–from the Ultra 3SP to the Perfactory and the Xtreme–deliver faster speed, less waste, lower cost, greater resolution and accuracy. EnvisionTEC was founded in 2002 in Marl, Germany and now has two corporate headquarters located in Gladbeck, Germany and Dearborn, MI.  Discuss these new partnerships in the Envisiontec forum thread on 3DPB.com.

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