Companies continue to embrace 3D printing for prototyping, product design, and production – across a wide range of industries such as aerospace, automotive, defense, and medical. And as AM has become globally recognized as a traditional manufacturing technology, the demand for an AM program has also increased.
Mr. Benjamin Tan, Vice President of Ultimaker Asia Pacific commented: “Our trusted distributor in Australia, Imaginables, has reported a growing need for improved support services for the education sector and I believe that with FUJIFILM Business Innovation Australia we can deliver a key holistic 3D printing program. on hand to better support Australian educators with their printing needs. “
“We are extremely pleased to partner with Ultimaker as it allows us to expand our technology offering to our current education customers, offering a complementary solution that meets the needs of students while providing 3D program support for students. teachers in the classroom. With our existing expertise and knowledge in the field of education, the addition of Ultimaker will help educators train the STEAM professionals of tomorrow. Ultimately, the partnership helps us deliver on our corporate values and the customer’s promise of innovation and exceptional value ”, says Tony O’Connor, Sales Director, FUJIFILM Business Innovation Australia.
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