Hamilton, Ontario – Aug 27th, 2019 – 3D Printing Canada made international headlines this week with the announcement of a freshly inked deal with Israel’s largest developer of large format printers, Modix 3D Printers. Modix 3D printers are based on heavy duty premium components including E3D, Igus, MeanWell, Hiwin, Gates and BLTouch, thus providing reliability and high-quality prints. Modix provides fast professional support and warranties that match the needs of their high-profile customers.
The team at 3D Printing Canada has more than 40 years of experience in CNC Programming, Industrial Design, and Tool Design. 3D Printing Canada is one of the best providers of 3D printers and filaments in Canada. They are a subsidiary of N3 Technologies Inc., which is an Industrial Design company. N3 Technologies has expertise in Aerospace, Automotive and Power Generation. With the signing of their partnership with Modix, they will now be able to expand their product line and offer top quality Modix 3D printers to the Canadian market. 3D Printing Canada’s vast line of products can be purchased both online and at their retail store located in Hamilton, Ontario.
During a recent discussion, the company spokesperson for 3D Printing Canada was quoted as saying, “We are elated to make the announcement of an exclusive partnership with Modix because it is in-line with our vision to become the top 3D printer supplier in Canada. Now, on top of our selection of other products, we can offer the widest range of 3D printers to our clients.” He went on to say, “No matter if you are a business or an individual hobbyist, we cater to the needs of all kinds. Stop by our retail store or shoot us an email and we will do our best to accommodate your needs, whether large or small.”
3D Printing Canada also offers a wide variety of printing materials and colors including ABS, Nylon, PLA, and fiber reinforced plastics. To learn more about 3D Printing Canada and to browse their full selection of products, visit their official website by clicking here or by following this link: https://3dprintingcanada.com/