NovaCopy Inc. (Nashville, TN, US) reported on Feb. 10 that it has been named a flagship reseller of MarkForged's (Cambridge, MA, US) Mark One, the world's first composite 3D printer. The Mark One prints outer contours and curves in engineering nylon and fills each part with close-packed reinforcement in continuous carbon fiber, aramid or fiberglass. The printer actively switches between two nozzles during a print, creating fiber-reinforced plastic parts with a strength-to-weight ratio better than aluminum.
MarkForged founder and CEO, Greg Mark, said the choice to make NovaCopy one of his company's flagship resellers derived from NovaCopy's overall printing experience, success, service delivery and customer education.
"NovaCopy has made its 'mark' as one of the top 2D and 3D technology companies in the industry," says Mark. "They bring 16 years of experience ensuring customer success at every step of the way. From onsite installation to training classes to a prototype service bureau to world-class support with dedicated hotline and service techs, NovaCopy is a perfect fit for this technology. We're excited to have them as one of our flagship resellers."
In addition to selling the Mark One, NovaCopy has expanded its prototyping/short-run manufacturing service bureau to include carbon fiber, aramid and fiberglass 3D-printed parts. Businesses and individuals, throughout the continental United States, wishing to take advantage of this new technology, can do so via www.novacopy3d.com.
"We're honored to be chosen as a flagship reseller for MarkForged as this revolutionary technology further establishes NovaCopy as one of the preeminent 3D printing technology companies in the United States," says Melissa Ragsdale, NovaCopy's president of 3D Printing Solutions. "We look forward to helping businesses and individuals make their 'mark' in the 21st Century."