HAVA3D has Become the Exclusive Distributor of Kimya 3D Filaments in France
LE MANS, France -- March 5, 2019 -- HAVA3D, the french leader in additive manufacturing, will be the only company offering 3D Kimya filaments via the distributor SOTEC3D, one of three branches of the group along with Neofab and Makershop.
Vincent Albert, President of HAVA3D : "The Kimya 3D filaments have the notable advantage of being produced with the approval of printing manufacturers Ultimaker and Raise3D that we alone sell on the market. We were immediately convinced by the quality and performance of the Kimya products and the diversity of the range. We are delighted to announce today that the Kimya filaments will be available via SOTEC3D and our other resale distributors."
ARMOR continues its implementation strategy on the additive manufacturing market
It is a distribution collaboration that marks an important strategic turning point for ARMOR. Indeed, the Nantes based industrialist is turning more and more towards the design and production of "on-demand" high-performance 3D materials. Aware that international industrial groups are seeking to make the most of the possibilities of 3D printing, ARMOR designs tailor-made solutions for them.
By partnering with the leader in additive manufacturing solutions HAVA3D, ARMOR has decided to entrust the distribution of its Kimya 3D filament lines to a recognized partner in France in order to focus on its own expertise: the formulation and production of innovative materials for the printing of technical parts.
Pierre-Antoine Pluvinage, Business Development Director ARMOR 3D: "It is a great satisfaction for ARMOR to entrust HAVA3D with the distribution of our Kimya products.The experience and reputation of HAVA3D will be a real plus to introduce our Kimya filaments to as many people as possible. In addition, the association with Neofab will allow us to respond efficiently to the needs of industrialists by providing them with custom-made machines and materials with high added value."
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