UK-based 3D printing specialist 3D Printz continues to expand with partnerships and product offerings, now working with Bondtech, a Swedish company that develops and produces novel dual drive extruders for improved digital fabrication.
Currently, Bondtech extruders and other 3D printing products are being sold in over 50 countries through their network of resellers focused on a wide range of users. 3D Printz will be one of a select few in the US acting as a distributor for Bondtech, well-known for its unique and popular extruder design, featuring two counter-rotating gears for a powerful grip in pushing the filament through from both sides.
Tried and true throughout the 3D printing industry, the Bondtech extruding system is fast, precise, and high-performing. Users benefit too from lack of under-extrusion, headaches with filament, and prevented risk of grinding and slipping.
Delivering some of the greatest benefits of 3D printing, Bondtech extruders allow for better 3D prints, greater efficiency during production, and savings on the bottom line.
Founded in 2014 by Martin Bondéus, Bondtech achieved wide acclaim by 2015 for the V2 Extruder, often purchased by users who wish to upgrade their existing 3D printers. Affordability and the potential for improving performance have attracted thousands of buyers over the years—along with propelling Bondtech into the international spotlight.
3D Printz Limited currently offers numerous quality products, but they continue to reach out for other distribution opportunities from around the globe. This includes working with Antclabs, the South Korean manufacturer of BLTouch—an auto-bed leveling sensor developed for semiconductors. 3D Printz also sells the popular 3D Gloop! adhesive product, meant to be used with 3D printing of filaments like ABS, PLA, and PETG. They distribute products for US company Micro Swiss LLC, offering nozzles, hotends, and other adhesives like Magigoo.
Even more importantly, they are now also distributing one of the best-selling and affordable 3D printers worldwide: the Monoprice. Made in California, these printers have garnered enormous attention due to their $200 pricepoint and ease in use. Filaments made from high-quality raw materials also play a large role in 3D Printz distribution activities, from PLA to PETG, ABS, and other alternative materials.
While some 3D printing industry leaders already offer one-stop shops and turn-key systems—on every level—supply and demand continues to allow resellers unlimited opportunity, with experts on one level complementing others on another. With this latest partnership between 3D Printz and Bondtech, the hope is that they will be able to offer their UK customers innovative, comprehensive systems—a goal 3D Printz has been working even harder to achieve in recent months.[Source: 3D Printz]
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