Greenville, S.C. – Wynit Distribution reported it will begin carrying desktop 3D printers for both professional and consumer use from Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Solidoodle.
“With accelerating growth in the 3D printer market and a demand for an affordable, high-quality printer option, our ability to deliver on value has propelled rapid growth. We are looking forward to building on this momentum by working with the Wynit team to expand our reach and create new opportunities in the marketplace,” said Solidoodle founder and CEO Sam Cervantes.
“Solidoodle’s fourth-generation 3D printer’s ease of use, high-quality construction and affordable price point make it a great option for our dealer and reseller community,” said Sarah Segrest, business development / technical services manager for Wynit Technical Graphics. “We believe that once our customers see how easy Solidoodle’s 3D printer is to use and its high-quality output that they will absolutely be making the jump into the 3D printer business.”
Under the new agreement, Wynit Distribution will sell Solidoodle’s fourth-generation Generation 3D printers, accessories, parts and filaments available to authorized resellers and dealers in the U.S.