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BCN3D announces New Partnership with 3DGBIRE, Boosting its growth in the British and Irish AM Industry

Additive manufacturing solutions
Additive manufacturing solutions
Above: The 3DGBIRE Team/Image Credit: BCN3D Technologies

BCN3D a leading manufacturer of 3D printing solutions and 3DGBIRE the premium service and training provider for Additive Manufacturing For Industry within the UK and Ireland, announced today their partnership distribution agreement to provide the best possible local experience in the British and Irish markets. Under this new agreement, 3DGBIRE becomes the exclusive distributor of BCN3D in Britain and Ireland.

3DGBIRE is the premium supplier in additive manufacturing solutions in the UK and Ireland. Their main mission as a distributor is to assist companies in integrating additive manufacturing into their business with ease and efficiency. They do this by offering tailor-made solutions, support, and training programs. The 3DGBIRE 360-degree service takes the customers from implementation and maintenance to expert training classes and free innovation seminars.

The new partnership arrives after BCN3D has presented the next generations in its additive manufacturing product line, the Epsilon Series and the Sigma Series. With the new Epsilon Series, BCN3D provides industrial power for the seamless daily operation of applications such as low volume production, functional end-use parts, and manufacturing aids in the workbench segment.

BCN3D 3D Printers
Above: Portfolio of 3D Printers of BCN3D/Image Credit: BCN3D

Thanks to this new strategic partnership, all industries and professionals will benefit from the best of BCN3D and 3DGBIRE: cutting-edge solutions and high-quality service.

Paul Croft, 3DGBIRE CEO and Co-Founder said: “We are delighted to partner with BCN3D, who shares our core values of reliable hardware, open materials, and industry-ready software with local training and support. This ideal partnership allows us to bring these exciting ground-breaking technologies to market with the training and service levels required by industries who are looking to maximise output from day one”.

Daniel Abram, 3DGBIRE General Manager, added: “BCN3D’s easy, versatile and reliable range of large volume IDEX technologies is ideal for companies that are looking to adopt or develop in-house additive manufacturing facilities capable of short-run production parts, bridge manufacturing, or producing manufacturing aids or maintenance parts for manufacturing equipment”.

“We are very excited about the partnership between 3DGBIRE and BCN3D, as this aligns with our global growth initiatives to provide strong local relationships with our customers,” said Xavier Martinez Faneca, CEO of BCN3D. “With 3DGBIRE’s in-depth understanding of the additive manufacturing industry and its  excellent reputation, we count on the optimal conditions to deliver the best solution to customers.”


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