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Wematter onboards new Dutch reseller to establish network for the Gravity SLS 3D printer in the Benelux region

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Wematter to establish network for the Gravity SLS 3D printer in the Benelux region
Wematter to establish network for the Gravity SLS 3D printer in the Benelux region/Source: Wematter

Wematter, a Swedish 3D printer manufacturer, has signed a distribution agreement with 3D Supplier, a Dutch reseller, to establish a sales and service network for the Gravity SLS 3D printer in the Benelux region. The collaboration is a step toward Wematter’s globalization, providing access to the Gravity 2023 SLS 3D printing system to the European market.

3D Supplier is a Dutch company that primarily serves the Benelux region, which includes the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg. Their team has a wealth of experience in the additive manufacturing industry and has been a reseller since 2007.

“We at 3D Supplier try to get the pearls of 3D printers in-house, and in addition to FDM and SLA, we now also have SLS in-house. And this pearl is Wematter.”

– Malcolm Riesewijk, founder, and CEO at 3D Supplier

Gravity SLS 3D Printer System

The Gravity SLS 3D printing system includes hardware, software, and service. It is capable of printing a wide range of powders, including PA6, PA11, PA12, PP, and TPU, with many of them available in both white and black. It can also work with ESD-safe and food-safe materials.

The Gravity SLS 3D printing system’s ease of use is also contributing to its growing popularity. There is no need for an operator. Instead, anyone with access in the office or factory can produce high-quality SLS 3D prints from any computer that supports the user-friendly software. The printer is CE-certified for office use, can be powered by a standard wall outlet, and does not require any additional ventilation.

Riesewijk added, “What makes the Wematter Gravity 3D printer unique is that it has a large build volume for an affordable price as well as their material range with the unique closed system where the powder is in cylinders so you can work without a mess and keep a clean working area. Wematter always tries to find a solution to make a Gravity 3D printer available for your company”.

“With 3D Supplier, not far from our office by plane, selling and servicing the Gravity SLS 3D printing system, any company with a technical development team or a factory in the Benelux region can now buy a complete SLS 3D printing system.  All innovative companies can now print ductile polymer parts and components. It is really nice that our long relationship finally bears fruit and that we can plant our first machine in this region.”

– Robert Kniola, Founder and CEO, Wematter

About 3D Supplier: With more than 16 years of sales of 3D Printers and 3D Scanners, 3D Supplier was the first company in the Benelux to sell innovative products at the time


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