FOR RELEASE: JANUARY 13, 2004
EMS Becomes Top Z Corporation 3D Printer Reseller
Engineering & Manufacturing Services Inc (EMS) sold more Z Corp 3D Printers than any other company in 2003 to obtain the number one ranking. EMS is focused on low cost rapid technologies including Z Corporation’s line of fast and affordable 3D Printers.
According to president, Mark Kemper, the new ZPrinter 310 3D Printer from Z Corp with it’s unmatched speed, versatility and low operating cost allowed us to grow our business by 112% last year. Our sales increased in all markets including education, marine, commercial, medical, architecture and others. New key customers include Bosch, University of Michigan, Toucan Industries, Whirlpool, Brunswick and many others.
“We found 2003 to be a competitive but rewarding year with a healthy backlog of orders going into 2004. With the improving economy and worldwide acceptance of Z Corp 3D Printers we see even further growth throughout 2004”, according to Kemper. “Furthermore, Z Corporation continues to release new materials and products, including the new ZP250 material system which simulates plastic for “snap-fit” type assemblies.” Kemper continues.
Kemper further states that it will be difficult to continue at a 100% plus growth rate but with our new office in Tampa, Florida we will continue to grow and expand our market share.
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EMS, sells rapid technologies and services including Z Corp 3D Printers, reverse engineering products and medical modeling software. EMS has offices in Detroit, Michigan and Tampa, Florida.
Z Corporation develops, manufactures, and markets the world’s fastest 3D Printers - machines that produce physical prototypes quickly, easily, and inexpensively from computer-aided design (“CAD”) and other digital data. Z Corp.’s 3D Printers are used by numerous Fortune 500 companies to make prototypes ranging from toys for market feedback to fan blades for functional testing. Z Corporation’s prestigious list of over 1000 customers worldwide includes: Sony, Fisher-Price, Adidas, Canon, Daimler, Nike, NASA, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, BMW, Porsche, United Technologies, Ford, DaimlerChrysler, Harvard, MIT and Yale.