Formally entering Hungary, Meltio, a disruptive laser metal deposition technology manufacturer, has announced Büttner, a manufacturer of tool components and finished tool plates, to be its official sales partner for the Hungarian market. Büttner Ltd. will play a key role in distributing and supporting Meltio’s metal 3D printing solutions in Hungary.
Meltio provides a ground-breaking metal 3D printing solution that enables industrial applications through a process based on welding wire, the market’s safest, cleanest, and most affordable metal feedstock.
Meltio’s Official Sales Partner
Büttner Ltd will work with technology centers, tooling machine companies, robotic integrators, academia, and industry to generate new business for Meltio’s wire-laser metal 3D printing technology in the Hungarian territory.
This is Meltio’s first official venture into Hungarian territory.
“Our company has always been famous for its innovative approach, and this approach is clearly visible in Meltio’s business model. I am sure that this cooperation will be long-term and profitable for both parties in terms of common market needs.”– Thomas Büttner, Managing Director, Büttner Ltd
Acording to Francisco González, Sales Manager for EMEA at Meltio, “We are thrilled to be working with companies like Büttner as their expertise as well as customer-centric approach are exactly what we are looking for when incorporating partners in the Meltio partner ecosystem. With this partnership with Büttner, we are responding to the increasing demand of many industries there about our unique wire-laser metal 3D printing solutions. Together, we will be able to cater to the ever-growing needs of the Hungarian Büttner customer base for, and ease the adoption of metal additive manufacturing.”
About Büttner: Büttner Ltd. has more than 30 years of experience in the production of tool components, and finished tool plates, which are mainly built into plastic die-casting, aluminium high-pressure die-casting, and sheet metal working tools. Their production activities – mostly CNC milling, -drilling, -boring, and turning tasks – are made by the customer drawings and models.
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