Papergraphics has partnered with Tractus3D to bring its large format 3D printers for retail, staging, display, events and architectural design to market. 

 

Among the first customers is GTMS, a company specialising in design and stand build, prop and set building, event production, exhibition stands, large scale print and graphics, vehicle conversions and wrapping, installation and rigging. GTMS invested in a T3500 large volume 3D printer to support its services and to create new opportunities.

 

Papergraphics has also shipped a Tractus3D printer to a visual merchandising company in Spain who saw the possibilities of large volume 3D printing for their business at a recent 3D open house event held at Papergraphics head office. This was the ideal solution to help them producing big channel letters, interior decor, exterior decor and other signage.

 

Tractus3D and Papergraphics will be exhibiting at TCT Show at the NEC on 24, 25 and 26 September. TCT is one of the world’s leading design-to-manufacturing events focused on additive manufacturing, 3D printing, design and engineering technology.

 

Papergraphics is convinced about the distinctive added value that 3D printing can offer this industry, and according to Doug Gilbertson, director for Papergraphics, it’s about showing customers the potential for exciting and innovative possibilities that they could offer their own clients. “At the same time, they can create new revenue streams for themselves that matches with what they’re already doing,” he says.