Fisher Unitech Recognized as 2013 Top Stratasys Reseller
This entry was posted on March 12, 2014.
Troy, MI (March 12, 2014) - FISHER/UNITECH announced today it has achieved number one Stratasys reseller status in the Americas in dollars and unit volume in 2013. The company, a product lifecycle management solutions provider and Stratasys partner for nearly 18 years, supplies an array of 3D Printers and 3D Production equipment including Fortus, Objet Connex, Dimension, Mojo, uPrint and the Objet Desktop line to discrete manufacturing companies in the Midwest, United States.
"FISHER/UNITECH has been a trusted partner of Stratasys for nearly 18 years and they have played a critical role in our success," said Woody Frost, GM at Stratasys Ltd. "We are confident their expertise will help our customers benefit from the new products available as a result of the merger of Objet and Stratasys."
"We are honored to be recognized as the top partner for Stratasys. This acknowledges our team’s hard work, passion and dedication to advancing the role of additive manufacturing in the industry," said Joe Rocca, Director of Rapid Technology at FISHER/UNITECH. "We strive to ensure the success of 3D printing at each customer and help them leverage its use for manufacturing applications."
FISHER/UNITECH has established Rapid Technology Centers to support proof-of-concept parts, disaster-recovery services, and advanced training. Each center is equipped with systems for both 3D Printing and 3D Production Manufacturing applications with the ability to print complex parts. Each of the company's 12 Midwest offices house equipment for localized printing, demonstrations and training.
3D Printing has become a necessary component of the overall product development process, helping design teams test form, fit and function while accelerating time to market and enhancing collaboration and communication. Most recently, additive manufacturing has become a disruptive technology and is quickly displacing or complimenting traditional subtractive manufacturing processes.