Formerly known as IMAGINiT Technologies, Australia-based Redstack has been providing design technology and services to those in the engineering and architecture fields for two decades, bringing design technology to all via training and support from their expert team. The company has now announced their next step in broadening access to services, software, and products for those interested in advanced design for industry through the opening of the new Redstack eStore.
With a promise to the same access of products previously available, as well as newly available offerings provided online–including via mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets–the online store offers all the tech that Redstack has become known for. The eStore offers 3D printers and filament from MakerBot and Ultimaker, as well as 3D laser scanners and services from Maptek, Autodesk Recap, and Scan to BIM; CAD software from Autodesk; and Apple products and services.
As the company announced, the benefits of the eStore are myriad, including:
- Design it, with pay as you go software
- Add hardware
- Add training and support
- Then, print it. In 3D.
“Not only can you design and manage your next project with software technology from Redstack, you can start building, printing and prototyping as well, all in 3D,” they announced. “Redstack has partnered with Ultimaker and MakerBot to deliver high quality and affordable 3D print solutions.”
Among the software offerings are AutoCAD, Revit, Autodesk Inventor, and Fusion. Use of Autodesk includes the new pay-as-you-go desktop subscriptions. Redstasck is an Autodesk Gold Partner, which is surely an encouraging sign for those looking for trusted sources in software.
Hardware from Redstack touted in the eStore includes offerings from Apple, as the company is an Apple Authorized Reseller. In the 3D printing arena, offerings include several models of 3D printers and scanners from both MakerBot and Ultimaker. Redstack also offers a helpful infographic (included below) for those professionals newer to 3D printing in order to select an appropriate machine for their intended use.
“Choosing to purchase online from Redstack doesn’t mean you’re on your own,” the company notes of their support offerings via the eStore model. “You still get access to the high standard of service and support our existing clients enjoy.“
Support offerings include live support, available through the eStore at all times. The purchase of Redstack’s ProductivityNOW online training and support package incorporates video tutorials and courses that users can complete at their own pace, all available 24/7.
Redstack’s announcement of their new eStore has been made with an obvious pride in the new offerings, and the company certainly seems well poised for growth as they provide design technology and training to the Australian professional community.
“Redstack have invested in creating an outstanding user experience through their eStore,” the company said in their announcement. “As well as delivering an outstanding visual experience, the online store makes it very easy for you to browse, select and purchase a range of products. You will find it is very easy and safe to purchase your new software, hardware and accessories from Redstack.”
Check out Redstack’s Selecting a 3D Printer infographic below.
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