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PADT Expands 3D Printing System Sales into Texas

PADT, a provider of numerical simulation, product development and 3D printing products and services, has announced its Stratasys sales territory is expanding to include Texas. PADT is a Stratasys Platinum Channel Partner that has sold additive manufacturing (AM) systems as a certified reseller in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah for more than 15 years. In 2018, PADT also expanded its presence to Austin, TX, as a reseller of Ansys simulation software.

"AM technology that was once exclusive to low-volume prototyping has evolved rapidly for both prototyping and end-use product development alongside innovation in Stratasys' 3D production systems and printing materials," said Ward Rand, co-founder and Principal, PADT. "We have made deep investments in Texas and have many years of experience working with organizations in the state's technology industry. We are now eager to bring our outstanding support and expertise in 3D printing to Texas and build on our success with Stratasys and Ansys across the Southwest."

"The expansion is reflective of PADT's consistent growth and the increased demand for AM systems across many of Texas' largest technology industries," said a spokesperson. "Today, the aerospace industry is using thousands of 3D printed parts on aircraft and even spacecraft. In the medical industry, 3D printing is being used to prototype biological structures to improve surgery and enhance our knowledge of the human body. Stratasys has been a driving force behind this innovation and relies on industry experts like PADT to help organizations integrate the technology into their engineering and manufacturing processes."

"PADT has been an outstanding partner to Stratasys for nearly 20 years," said Brent Noonan, Vice President of Channel Sales-Americas. "They were one of the first engineering firms in the country to embrace 3D printing for complex product design and development. As a result, they have built an impressive team with a wealth of knowledge and expertise as it relates to 3D printing use and integration across industry sectors. PADT is well positioned to be a valuable partner to Texas' growing technology community."

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