Structo, the Singapore-based 3D printer manufacture, has a new U.S. distribution partner. 4Qube Solutions recently announced that it will be carrying Structoâ€™s MSLA-equipped OrthoForm printer. Structo says this new technology allows for faster prints that donâ€™t come at the expense of accuracy.
The OrthoForm 3D printer from Structo. The manufacturer has inked a U.S. distribution deal with 4Qube Solutions.
The deal was announced at the end of April in a news release from the distributor, saying that working with Structo will better position the Singapore-based printer manufacturer to reach the U.S. market. Structo offers an MSLA-equipped OrthoForm printer.
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MSLA, or Mask Stereolithography, allows for faster printing speeds that don’t come at the cost of quality, Structo’s website says.
4Qube Solutions touts the new partnership as a way to improve response times and boost the customer service experience.
In 4Qube’s news release, Dhruv Sahgal, Structo’s head of business development and sales, had this to say:
“The U.S. market is extremely important for us and we need to invest in the right partners and the right people in order to provide the highest quality of support. Alongside 4Qube, we are investing in a facility in Los Angeles where we can continue our R&D efforts and stay close to our partners and customers.”
4Qube sees the partnership as an opportunity to expand Structo’s reach.
Travis Harrison, 4Qube’s president of business development, had this to say about the distribution deal:
“The addition of Structo’s products to our portfolio shows our strong commitment to the market by offering quality partnered solutions embedded with the latest technology all dedicated to the advancement of digital dentistry.”