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nano3Dprint announces new Japanese distribution channel

Japan-based System Create Co. to unveil multi-material 3D printers at Manufacturing World Japan


nano3Dprint, a next-generation additive manufacturing solutions provider, today announced a new strategic distribution channel in Asia. Japan-based System Create Co., Ltd. will distribute nano3Dprint’s A2200 3D Multi-material Electronics Printer and B3300 Dual-Dispensing 3D Printer to its customers throughout Japan.

The printers will be unveiled, and product sales will commence, at Manufacturing World at Tokyo Big Sight, which will take place on June 21, 22 and 23, 2023.

Renato Sugiyama, Global Sales Assistant, System Create Co., looks forward to supporting researchers, developers and academics to further their efforts of prototyping printed circuit boards through product sales. “The volume of 3D printer sales is expanding significantly. The driving factors are shorter product development times, cost savings and strong pushes for automation,” he said.

For nano3Dprint, distribution expansion means more effective information dissemination to customers and partners; flow of product and channel coordination.

“This partnership will enable us to support universities and businesses in their prototyping initiatives. Researchers will be able to perform rapid research and development, and industry professionals will benefit by utilizing the latest technology for 3D printed electronics and advanced applications,” said Stevens.

For additional information about nano3Dprint and its lineup of 3D printers, email

For additional information about System Create, visit

For additional information about Manufacturing World Japan, and to register for the event, click here.

About nano3Dprint: nano3Dprint offers next-generation additive manufacturing solutions that enable printing of fully-realized electronic devices with seamless integration of micro-to-nanoscale materials. With its current electronics printer lineup, nano3Dprint is upleveling legacy 3D printing systems to allow users to invent, design, test, research and manufacture rapidly, easily and accurately.