MakerBot, pretty much the first ‘household’ name in 3D printing and a global leader in desktop 3D printers has announced a further reselling agreement, expanding into Central America by virtue of its new partnership with AnantekEnterprises Inc. based in Panama.AnantekEnterprises also operates the first 3D printing store in Panama, Makerz, which is located in Panama City. Anantek and Makerz will offer several MakerBot products, including the award-winning5th Gen Replicator and Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printers, Replicator Mini and forthcoming Replicator Z18 3D Printer.
AnantekEnterprises and Makerz will also distribute theReplicator 2X Experimental 3D Printer, the MakerBot Digitizer Desktop 3D Scanner and MakerBot Filament.
Mark Schulze, vice president of Sales for MakerBot said: “MakerBot is excited to continue expanding our 3D printing leadership into Central America by announcing this relationship with Anantek and supporting the launch of the Makerz 3D store. Anantek is poised to be the Panamanian leader in 3D printing and has a clear vision of how they will expand MakerBot’s global footprint.”
Ariel Yahni, CEO of Anantek said: “Anantek and Makerz are thrilled to be able to offer residents of Panama and the broader Central American market the award-winning MakerBot 3D printing products. We see 3D printing as leading the Next Industrial Revolution and think that working with MakerBot will help further innovation and making throughout Central America.”
The Makerz retail store is also hosting free classes on 3D printing. To learn more about Anantek and the Makerz 3D store, visit their Facebook page here.