Mark One 3D printer at CES 2015.
NovaCopy has been named a flagship reseller of the Mark One from Markforged, the world's first and only composite 3D Printer.
Launched this time last year at Solidworks World to a welcome reception, the Mark One enables a user to reinforce 3D-printed parts with continuous strand Carbon Fibre, Kevlar and Fiberglass to create functional parts at desktop level.
"NovaCopy has made its 'mark' as one of the top 2D and 3D technology companies in the industry,” MarkForged Founder and CEO, Greg Mark, commented. “They bring 16 years of experience ensuring customer success at every step of the way. From onsite installation to training classes to a prototype service bureau to world-class support with dedicated hotline and service techs, NovaCopy is a perfect fit for this technology. We're excited to have them as one of our flagship resellers."
MarkForged was one of the highlights of the 3D printing marketplace at this year’s CES. Unveiling a new cloud-based software for the Mark One to allow any device with a Google Chrome browser to access the machine, the company marked a step in the right direction for 3D printing software and machine synergy.
With the addition of NovaCopy's full-service 3D printing capabilities to its flagship reseller network, Markforged will be able to ensure customers get the full support they need for this promising machine.
"We're honoured to be chosen as a flagship reseller for MarkForged as this revolutionary technology further establishes NovaCopy as one of THE preeminent 3D Printing technology companies in the United States," said Melissa Ragsdale, NovaCopy's President of 3D Printing Solutions. "We look forward to helping businesses and individuals make their 'mark' in the 21st Century."
Businesses and individuals across the U.S. can also take advantage of NovaCopy’s extended manufacturing service which now includes Carbon Fibre, Kevlar and Fiberglass 3D-printed parts.