Tuesday March 21, 2017 0 comments
LOVELAND -- Aleph Objects, Inc., makers of LulzBot 3D printers, announced it has added Netherlands-based colorFabb BV to its growing European reseller network.
The partnership brings two premium brands in desktop 3D printing even closer together; Aleph Objects is also a reseller of colorFabb 3D printer filaments.
To support this partnership, Aleph Objects said it completed extending its technical support to 24/7, making the vompany’s Colorado-based team of experts available for telephone and email support around the clock.
“We are thrilled to expand our partnership with colorFabb,” said Harris Kenny, Aleph Objects president. “ColorFabb has earned tremendous respect in the industry thanks to their unique and innovative materials and their commitment to the highest quality standards.
“We are honored they have chosen LulzBot 3D printers to pair with their filaments, and we look forward to increasing awareness and adoption of the LulzBot Free Software and Open Source Hardware platform in Europe.”
ColorFabb recently moved into a new state-of-the-art facility allowing greater filament production throughput and warehouse capacity.
An inventory of LulzBot 3D printers will be maintained in the Belfeld, Netherlands facility, allowing quick delivery to colorFabb’s customers throughout Europe.
“We are excited to bring our cooperation with Aleph Objects to the next level by adding the highly popular LulzBot Mini and TAZ 6 printers to our webshop and our European customers,” said Ruud Rouleaux, colorFabb CEO.
“The combination of the LulzBot printers and our portfolio filaments will result in a great customer experience. The new production facility of colorFabb will deliver filament production, materials testing and efficient European distribution in order to provide more value for both brands.”
Aleph Objects said it maintains an inventory of 3D printers, parts and plastics in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia. By expanding its international reseller network, prospective customers in even more countries have opportunities to purchase LulzBot 3D Printers locally, the company said.
To bolster support for its customers in 80+ countries, Aleph Objects’ Colorado-based technical support staff is now available for email and telephone support 24-hours-a-day, seven days-a-week.
“Supporting our users is critical to us,” said Kenny. “With 24/7 access to our technical support team of 3D printing experts, LulzBot users can get the help they need, no matter their time zone.”
Aleph Objects has been steadily expanding its global reach since its founding in 2011. Apart from inventory in the United States, inventory in Canada and the United Kingdom has been in place since 2014, with an Australian warehouse added in Spring 2016.
In addition to carrying regional inventory, Aleph Objects said it has also been expanding its reseller network to offer local sales support.