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Press Release: February, 2019

MakerBot’s new Method 3D Printer to make first UK appearance at the Southern Manufacturing Show.

The new MakerBot Method 3D printer is the very first in a new category of high performance 3D printers that bridge the gap between industrial and desktop 3D printing. This innovative new product will be showcased at the Southern Manufacturing Show from 5th-7th February at Farnborough in Hampshire.

This will be the first time that the wider 3D print community in the UK will get the opportunity to see this stunning new 3D printer and watch it in action.

The new MakerBot Method 3D printer brings new levels of precision and productivity never seen at this price point before. It also boasts incredible dimensional accuracy of ±0.2mm, is two times faster than desktop 3D printers and manages everything within a seamless print workflow.

“We are extremely grateful to MakerBot for ensuring we were able to get access to the very first Method units coming into Europe for the Southern Manufacturing Show. It shows just how important the UK market is, and how it can really benefit from this new category of 3D printer. Our three resellers partners are all very excited about the opportunity.”
Will Glass, 3D Product Specialist, ArtSystems

Visitors will be able to see demonstrations of the new MakerBot Method 3D printer throughout the show, so you can see how this bold new category of 3D printer can help your design and prototyping workflow.


About ArtSystems

Established in 1986 and now part of Westcoast Holdings group, ArtSystems, the Nottingham-based specialist systems distributor and service provider, has seen significant growth in the past six years. Today, ArtSystems has a turnover in excess of £30 million, employs over 60 people and is one of the largest value added distributors in the UK. The company serves the design, graphics, signage and display markets with imaging and printing hardware plus material and consumable solutions from market-leading manufacturers such as Canon, Colortrac, HP, MakerBot, Onyx, Stratasys, Summa and Neschen.

Press Kit: February, 2019

Editorial Enquiries:
Call John Draycott on 0115 9380 333 or email john.draycott@artsystems.co.uk


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