May 11, 2016 | By Alec

The J750 3D printer, Stratasys' new flagship model.

Due to geographical realities, many major 3D printing companies from Europe and the US have found it difficult to establish themselves in the Australian 3D printing market without help from local partners. It’s why 3D Systems set up a 3D printer distribution partnership with Konica Minolta. But Stratasys is also eying the Aussie market, and has just announced a partnership with Fuji Xerox Australia that is intended to increase the availability of their 3D printing solutions in Australia.

In particular, Stratasys is looking to increase the adoption rates of their top-level 3D printing solutions in Australian automotive, education, medical, manufacturing and other industrial sectors – the markets in which they built their reputation. The company currently has two headquarters, one in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and another in Rehovot, Israel.

Fuji Xerox Australia might be a perfect partner to realize these efforts. The company is a well-known IT solutions developer who provides services to numerous Australian businesses. Fuji Xerox is also known for its excellent communication services and commitment to sustainability, and therefore has the name brand that Stratasys also looks for. Working with a wide range of clients and providing management products, printing systems and security services, they could be the perfect driver for local adoption of Stratasys 3D printing.

Ido Eylon, the Sales Vice President of Stratasys AP, was delighted with the partnership. “We are very excited about the partnership with Fuji Xerox Australia. The partnership marks an important milestone in extending our reach in Australia, assisting customers to accelerate their go-to-market strategies through streamlined product development cycle and customized production parts,” he said. “With Fuji Xerox Australia's rich experience and understanding of local needs, we look forward to bringing the latest 3D printing solutions to organizations that are in need of efficient rapid prototyping and cost-effective manufacturing solutions for optimized operations and business performance.”

Understandably, Fuji Xerox Australia was also very happy to sign a deal with one of the most important 3D printing companies in the world. “Partnering with an industry leader like Stratasys allows us to offer the latest 3D printing technologies; thus fulfilling our commitment to bringing the latest technologies to local customers,” said Jennifer Baile, the National Business Manager, 3D Sales & Operations at Fuji Xerox Australia. “We are delighted to introduce Stratasys 3D printing solutions to our client base and network, enabling them to streamline their product development cycle, thus optimizing rapid prototyping and manufacturing efficiency.”

 

 

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