NextStep3D transfers 3D printing activities to Multi-3Dprint

Multi-3Dprint has agreed with NextStep3D to take over the activities of NextStep3D on 1 September 2020. NextStep3D, specialized in 3D-print solutions for the mid and upper segment, is active in manufacturing and engineering companies, universities and the medical industry. Both companies have been working together for several years now. For Multi-3Dprint, the activities of NextStep3D fit in the strategy to further expand their 3D printing activities in a broader segment.

“In addition to the expansion of our services, customers can count on greater scalability, allowing us to respond even more effectively to current issues in this rapidly changing digital world. The adoption of the activities is the next step for us to continue to innovate and offer strong services to our customers,” explains Dick Potharst of Multi-3Dprint.

According to Bas Beltman of NextStep3D, the culture of NextStep3D, where customer focus and collaboration are top priority, fits seamlessly with that of Multi-3Dprint. Multi3Dprint is physically located in MAAK Haarlem. “MAAK is the center for innovative manufacturing techniques in Haarlem, a unique place with a mix of companies that come together with the latest digital manufacturing techniques. This also fits in well with what we stand for”, continues Bas Beltman.

Multi-3Dprint in Haarlem is a reseller specialized in 3D printers, 3D materials and other accessories. Based on in-depth knowledge, the company is able to offer their customers a complete solution for their application, including consultancy, installation, training and maintenance. For these services, the company has a specific focus on schools and manufacturing companies for more than 5 years. In addition, Multi-3Dprint is a partner of BigRep, Zortrax and Ultimaker, further underlining the company’s all-round capabilities with regard to 3D printing.