Exaddon Partners with AXT for Microscale Additive Manufacturing Distribution in Australia & New Zealand
Exaddon's unique metal µAM (additive micromanufacturing) technology is gaining interest from companies and research institutes around the world, including the southern hemisphere. Accordingly, we're excited to announce that we have linked up with scientific instrumentation experts AXT Pty Ltd for distribution of Exaddon technology in ANZ.
AXT's mission is to bring their industry and academic partners cutting-edge, high-performance scientific instrumentation & solutions; the ideal fit for Exaddon and our customers. With a wide-ranging portfolio encompassing nanotechnology, 3D printing, advanced manufacturing, and materials science, the AXT team are well placed to represent Exaddon at trade shows, conferences, webinars, and industry networking events (and of course online).
If you're located in the ANZ region and want to discuss how the unique capabilities of Exaddon's microscale metal µAM technology can benefit your project, please reach out to the AXT team.
A word from Exaddon CEO, Edgar Hepp:
"As a Swiss company, we strive to provide outstanding technology combined with great customer support based on expertise and experience. For us it was an obvious choice to appoint AXT as our distributor in Australia; they have intimate knowledge of their local market, and crucially, an excellent reputation for adopting cutting-edge technology such as our own. We are convinced AXT will represent the unique technology we provide at Swiss quality standard”
About AXT, in their own words: AXT is Australia’s leading supplier of high technology scientific equipment for sample preparation and analysis for academic and industrial applications. Through our various distribution agreements with international renowned and recognized brands, we are uniquely placed to be able to offer complete and comprehensive solution packages from within our own product portfolios.
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