Ultimaker and Makerbot have announced the closure of their merger. This new merger company will be accelerating 3D printing innovation and global adoption of desktop 3D printing solutions.
With the new name UltiMaker, this private company aims to provide easy-to-use and accessible3D printing software, hardware and materials for any application.
Both companies will still continue to offer their wide range of products and solutions to customers, they will be managed and known as their new monika UltiMaker. The new merger will invest to accelerate growth, drive new product innovation, further research and strengthen their presence.
“As we begin the next chapter together as UltiMaker, we will continue to focus on developing 3D printing innovations to advance the availability of accessible and easy-to-use 3D printing solutions,” said Nadav Goshen, CEO of UltiMaker. “By combining our teams and technical expertise, we can work towards developing and delivering a comprehensive portfolio of products to support professional, educational, and light-industrial applications.”
The closure of the merger means that UltiMaker will work towards strengthening both companies and both of their product lines. The combination of two leaders in desktop 3D printing allows UltiMaker to keep offering a wide range of products for a wide range of applications for their customers. The new UltiMaker company has plans to increase research and development efforts to develop new products for different industries such as education and professional customers.
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