MCAD makes Objet 3D Printing Systems now available in Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming and Washington

MCAD Technologies, a leading product development software solutions provider, and Objet Geometries Ltd., the innovation leader in 3D printing for rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing have signed a partnership allowing MCAD Technologies to sell Objet’s full suite of 3D printing systems, effective immediately.

MCAD will market and sell Objet’s full line of 3D printers, including the Objet Connex family, the only multi-material 3D printing system that allows customers to print parts made of different materials in a single build process. MCAD will also market and sell the Objet Eden professional line of 3D printers and Objet’s new desktop family of 3D printers, providing high-resolution, fine-detail desktop 3D printing at an affordable price, starting at only $19,900*.

“Objet brings our valued customers professional, high-quality 3D printing, enabling them to rapidly create product prototypes, decrease their development costs and improve time to market. We are very impressed with the results Objet delivers across so many industries and are happy to be bringing our customers such an efficient and effective prototyping solution as an additional tool to their design requirements,” said Sue Evans, Owner and CEO of MCAD Technologies.

“MCAD has a proven record of success selling SolidWorks to exactly the type of organizations that are investing in Objet 3D printers,” said Frank Marangell, President of Objet US. “Having a partner of MCAD’s caliber covering Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, and Washington is a benefit to not only Objet, but also for the customers in that region seeking our solutions.”

For more information visit: www.mcad.com or www.objet.com

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