IGo3D launched a campaign to exchange old 3D printers for new ones

Layer-by-layer printing technologies, despite the crisis in our country, are becoming more and more accessible to a wide range of users. One of the leaders in the 3D printing market, iGo3D Russia, the official representative of Ultimaker and the only distributor of Formlabs, Verbatim, Innofil, has launched a unique program to exchange used and outdated 3D printers for completely new ones.

Any amateur or 3D printing enthusiast can now exchange their equipment of any brand and receive a tangible discount on the purchase of one of the four proposed models from the world's leading manufacturers.

It is curious that in addition to the well-proven FDM 3D printers Ultimaker 2 Plus and Ultimaker 2 Extended Plus, two SLA 3D printers from FormLabs, specially designed for solving complex problems, are participating in the action. Such printers are used, for example, in ultra-precise modeling for the jewelry and medical industries.

By arranging such an action, iGo3D Russia, first of all, wants to provide an opportunity for young specialists trying themselves in the additive technologies industry to move to another level of work using professional equipment.

Also as part of the 3D Trade-IN program, the company has posted a "Used 3D Printers" section on its website, which will include affordable offers for newcomers to the 3D printing industry.