Ricoh NZ has formed a partnership with Stratasys premier and award winning ANZ distributor, Objective3D.
The ability for New Zealand innovators, industrial designers and manufacturers to create even more dynamic products for the global market has been dramatically enhanced following the announcement that Ricoh NZ has formed a partnership with Stratasys premier and award winning ANZ distributor, Objective3D.
This will form one of the largest Trans-Tasman 3D printing strategic partnerships.
Objective3D have been pioneers in the NZ 3D printing marketplace for more than 6 years.
Starting from 5th June 2018, Objective3D will assume responsibility for the Ricoh NZ Stratasys 3D printing customer base. This includes training, consumables supply, spare parts and all technical support.
Objective3D is a Stratasys and Desktop Metal Platinum Partner and owns Australasia’s largest and most successful Additive Manufacturing Centre supplying not only professional grade 3D printers but also providing industry with manufacturing on-demand services.
“This historic alliance, will provide our combined NZ customer base access to resources that are 100% dedicated to 3D printing, including an award-winning service team, local Stratasys certified service engineers and local consumables and spare parts supply”, said Objective 3D Managing Director, Matt Minio.
Ricoh NZ will continue to offer the Stratasys 3D printing range to the NZ market, as a sub agent of Objective3D. Objective3D will engage as industry experts to consult with Ricoh NZ customers ensuring they acquire the right 3D printing technology to meet their individual requirements.
“Ricoh NZ has a proven track record in providing an excellent service to a wide range of industries in New Zealand and we look forward to providing these companies with access to a wider range of professional technologies, and technical support, and on-demand services.”
“We are all about empowering our customers with best in class technology and unmatched service and support. Our role is to enable them to push the boundaries of manufacturing and have the eyes of the world focused on New Zealand for next-generation design and innovation.”