Don’t want to lay out a pile of cash to buy a 3D printer?
Energy Technology Group Finance Limited says a strategic partnership with Hawk 3D Proto will give customers funding solutions to buy a printer.
ETG Finance Ltd provides asset finance solutions and services to the engineering sector, and this initiative partnership is designed to allow business customers interested in buying a Hawk 3D Proto to purchase their 3D printer “without draining the customer’s cash flow”
That’s right, it’s a Print As You Pay deal.
Hawk 3D Proto is a division of Cutwel Limited, an engineering cutting tools supplier which was established in 1996. During May 2013, CEO and Founder of the company Ben Hawksworth and his father, Paul Hawksworth, the Managing Director of Cutwel, decided they were ready to join the additive manufacturing community.
The company they formed, Hawk 3D Proto, supplies a wide range of high performance desktop and standalone 3D printers.
“We want everyone to get into the 3D Printing world and not to let finances restrict them from enjoying it,” Ben Hawksworth says. “With the help of the great partnership we have with ETG Finance, we can work together to get you one of our fantastic 3D Printers for you and your business.”
ETG Finance say they’ve placed more than $36 million of business with its funding partners, and this deal offers asset finance solutions to engineering companies looking to purchase new and used machinery.
According to Andrew Bullard and Luke Ward at ETG Finance Ltd, the company has been in business for more then 40 years, and their business finance experience can be brought to bear for customers looking to find the correct products to suit businesses funding requirements.
ETG Finance Ltd also funded more than $16 million worth of machine tools for clients last year, and the company says the deal Hawk 3D Proto is a new venture.
If you need more information about the Hawk 3D Proto line of products, you can check out their website. Would you be more likely to buy a 3D printer if you could finance the purchase? Let us know in the Hawk 3D Proto Print As You Pay forum thread on 3DPB.com.