Stanford Marsh Group launches dedicated website for 3D print sector

Stanford Marsh Group – established in 1965 to provide wide format printing equipment, technical support and wide format consumables to anyone with a wide format output need – has announced the launch of a dedicated website focused on the 3D print sector – www.smg3d.co.uk.

Stanford Marsh is already an established distributor of Stratasys’ range of 3D print solutions.  Following Stratasys’ merger with Objet, the company’s portfolio of 3D products has expanded considerably in recent months and the company believes the growing 3D sector now merits a more devoted online resource.

Earlier this year, Stanford Marsh announced a competition which offers entrants the chance to win a Stratasys uPrint 3D printer for a year.  Information on how to enter the competition can be found at http://www.smg3d.co.uk/blog/?m=201302.  The last date for entries is 15th September 2013 and the lucky winner will be presented with the prize at the 'TCT Show + Personalize' show which takes place between 25th and 26th September at Birmingham's NEC.

Stanford Marsh recently demonstrated a 3D printer at Sign & Digital 2013 and the solution attracted large amounts of interest.  Matthew Perkins, director at Stanford Marsh, comments, “We were delighted with the interest in the solution we had on stand and were reassured that 3D print technology is very much part of the future of print.”

He continues, “This dedicated 3D site is designed to provide current and potential users of 3D print technology with the definitive source of 3D information.  The site is broken down into industry sectors, so businesses can easily search for the 3D solutions that are most relevant to the areas they work in.  As well as searching for information on the expansive range of 3D printers we have on offer, customers can also view the relevant associated media and software.”

Stanford Marsh Group has also been providing 3D Design Software solutions for over a decade and can provide a full solution tailored to any application.

The new website is live with immediate effect and can be found at www.smg3d.co.uk

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