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Stratasys expands into ANZ market with new channel partner

30 Jan 15

Stratasys Asia Pacific, a provider of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, has appointed a new channel partner in Australia and New Zealand in order to develop its local presence.

In conjunction with this annoucement, Stratasys is also expanding its portfolio with the Object Eden260VS Dental 3D printer.

Stratasys says the appointment of Dental Axess will strengthen their local presence in Australia and New Zealand, and will help address the growing demand for digital dentistry in the region.

Dental Axess is Sydney-based and comes with extensive knowledge and experience in channeling prosthetic dental CAD/CAM solutions. The company will focus on the sale and provision of local support and services for Stratasys' dental portfolio.

Their dental portfolio now includes the Object Eden260VS Dental Advantage 3D Printer, which offers soluble support option that enables easy cleaning of dental parts with fine features such as the small removable die inserts in dental models. The automated support removal function also minimises the production cost per part.

Ido Eylon, Stratasys AP, general manager of Southern Asia and Pacific says, "We believe that dental practitioners are increasingly seeing the clinical and productivity benefits that 3D printing can bring to their daily work."

"The dental market has always been a strategic focus at Stratasys. With the addition of Objet Eden260VS Dental Advantage to Stratasys' wide range of solution offerings and the strengthening of our dental channel partner network, we are confident to capitalize on the growing potential in the region, providing local expertise to cater to the unique needs of the segment," says Eylon.

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