Delivery Service, TNT Germany Partners With trinckle 3D to Expand 3D Printing in Germany

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UntitledIn a new partnership between TNT Germany and trinckle 3D, forces are being joined to further the effort in not only making 3D printing more accessible, but easier too. This is trinckle’s forte, and one they will now be sharing to see that the client base for TNT Germany has their 3D printing needs met.

Founded by the Free University of Berlin in January 2013, trinkcle 3D has been instrumental in seeing that users across Europe are able to 3D print trouble-free, enjoying the process of innovation as they should.

6a00d83451bda369e2017ee82b2d66970d-800wiOffering delivery services globally, TNT is no newcomer to the world market with a history that dates back to their founding in 1946. Over the decades, they’ve seen many changes as the world has changed, and their company has expanded its services in rolling with the times and taking on new capabilities as customers have requested them.

While offering integrated transportation services that cover road and air, the bottom line is to see that customers fulfill their own commitments and meet important deadlines. Today, as interests flourish and companies begin to branch out in many new directions, including the technology of 3D printing, TNT is working to help support new ventures, and while many entrepreneurs and entities are ordering 3D prints, having them shipped in a reliable and timely manner is crucial.

“Due to 3D printing, the transportation needs and demands of our customers will change without any doubt in the next years. We want to shape these process adjustments actively. For this purpose we have Trinckle 3D with us now – a professional partner with valuable knowledge in 3D printing ­technology and production,” said TNT’s Product Manager for Value Added Services, Martin Winand.

UntitledWhen it comes to 3D printing in Germany, trinckle is on top of their game, and has been dominating this market for some time now, as we’ve reported in previous stories regarding new services they’ve offered for customers with error detection in 3D printing files, as well as other innovative programs. Due to their expertise and innovation, TNT and their customers will also be rewarded with ease in taking on 3D printing endeavors no matter the size of their organization. The two companies, steeped in their own industry expertise, will be able to assure double the ease for customers.

“Together with a top company like TNT, we can push the potential of 3D printing to higher levels. Above all, the intended communication between numerous companies is a chance for everyone involved to develop and implement profitable solutions,” said Florian Reichle, CEO of trinckle 3D.

TrinckleAs their 3D software has evolved and become a specialized software they can offer to clients everywhere, trinkle 3D is able to be of great assistance to 3D printing companies and others delving into the technology for the first time, as they explore the way it’s able to transform both the creative process and manufacturing processes.

The trinkle 3D website offers a 3D printing service, 3D marketplace, and a community which continues to expand. Everything they offer in terms of services is extremely user-friendly, and their automatic 3D model error check alerts users to nearly all cases of files which may not be printable for one reason or another, needing to be attended to before going to print. With an enormous amount of work ending in misprints community wide, having a service which alerts the user ahead of time to problems helps save time, money, and material usage–allowing for more creativity overall.

Discuss your thoughts on this new partnership in the TNT Germany & trinckle 3D Partner forum thread over at 3DPB.com.

 

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