One-stop shop for 3D printing and servicing
Objective 3D and RapidPro have merged to offer part sales and finishing in both Australia and New Zealand through its new 3D printing division – RedEye Australasia.
Using RapidPro’s team of engineers and 3D print technicians, the firm is to provide more 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions to clients.
Objective3D will continue to distribute, install and service Stratasys 3D printers.
With offices in Australia and New Zealand, Objective 3D and RedEye Australasia’s Matt Minio, says the firm’s customers will be able to make prototypes and 3D printed parts in-house, and have the option to use its additive manufacturing build centre at a discounted rate through its RedEye corporate advantage network.
“From time to time machine owners have questions about part finish, orientation and even CAD file preparation,” says Minio. “We now have 3D print technicians that use these machines every day, here to answer these questions as part of our full 3D printing solutions promise.”