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Stratasys Adds TCL Hofmann & TCL Hunt to Channel Network Expanding 3D Printing Solutions Outreach in Machinery and Technical Sectors

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Stratasys AP, a subsidiary of Stratasys Ltd., the 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company, today announced the appointment of TCL Hofmann and TCL Hunt as authorised channel partner to expand its market outreach in both Australia and New Zealand.

TCL Hofmann and TCL Hunt joins the Stratasys’ reseller network with strong understanding of the local manufacturing market and customer needs in technical products. The team will market the complete suite of Stratasys’ professional additive manufacturing solutions, including 3D printers, wide range of engineering-grade materials, post-sale service and 3D printing software across multiple sectors within the manufacturing as well as businesses that are looking for transformation into industry 4.0 or smart manufacturing.

TCL Hofmann and TCL Hunt joins the Stratasys’ reseller network with strong understanding of the local manufacturing market and customer needs in technical products. The team will market the complete suite of Stratasys’ professional additive manufacturing solutions, including 3D printers, wide range of engineering-grade materials, post-sale service and 3D printing software across multiple sectors within the manufacturing as well as businesses that are looking for transformation into industry 4.0 or smart manufacturing.

“For many years we have seen 3D printing technology bringing an unprecedented revolution to many multinational enterprises, be it on screen or behind the scene. The application potentials that professional-grade 3D printers can bring to Australian and New Zealand companies is huge and this is a very great moment to join the force,” commented Joseph Hancock, Managing Director, TCL Hofmann.

“We look forward to connecting Stratasys’ long standing expertise in industrial-grade 3D printing systems to TCL’s customers, ensuring that they find the best tools and solutions that will allow them to upscale their businesses.”

Stratasys and channel partners will continue to offer world-class 3D printing solutions and vertical applications to companies across different sectors, including aerospace, automotive, education, medical, consumer goods and electronics, facilitating businesses to expedite their design and manufacturing processes.


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