Think3D has recently signed MoU’s with the top three leaders in 3D printing industry – 3D Systems, Ultimaker International Limited (UMI) and MakerBot Industries, LLC. As per each agreements think3D gets the license to sell the range of 3D printers and related products of UMI, MakerBot and 3D Systems in the southern part of Asia.
This agreement also leads to the fact that think3D holds the rights to market and position the products of the three top 3D printing brands and utilize its web portal, www.think3d.in, as a possible medium. The agreement makes think3D eligible to offer any kind of technical support and after-sales services to clients’ issues, relating to 3D printing and scanning in India.
The official date of agreement for Ultimaker was dated on 4th of April, 2015, whereas, MakerBot and 3D Systems signed the MoUs on 8th and 12th of April, 2015, respectively.Nick Mayor, International Business Development Manager, Ultimaker International Ltd. stated, “I would like to welcome Think3D to the growing community of Ultimaker resellers around the world. We are looking forward to work with Think3D in building the Ultimaker brand in India.”
Post these agreements the potential consumers of these brands are more likely to get their products available at a much lesser price, compared to the cost of the actual price of the printers i.e., the price of the printer when they are directly shipped from the homelands.
Think3D is now among the key players for marketing and positioning the range of products of these 3D printing giants and this agreement gives think3D the opportunity to create a segment of customers for the three companies in India, and possibly, in the neighbouring countries. Being one of the known brands on 3D printing in India, this business opportunity will make think3D an accessible one-stop-shop for the potential Indian clients and the growing market in India, at large.