Zortrax, in cooperation with its official distributor 3D Phoenix, has opened a 3D printing showroom in Warsaw: The Zortrax Store. This is an opportunity for professionals to better familiarize themselves with the entire 3D printing process, as well as broaden their knowledge on the latest 3D printing solutions offered by the company.

Current estimates place the value of the 3D printing market at around 4.5 billion dollars and counting. Experts predict that by 2020, it’ll be worth 17.2 billion dollars; representing an average annual growth of 25%[1]. 3D printing technology is becoming widely exploited by small and medium-sized businesses, as well as by professional design studios and individual designers themselves. Giving users the possibility to print-out prototypes, medical equipment or even automotive parts; 3D printing has become so versatile that it is no longer a scientific novelty but a powerful technological solution for modern businesses. Zortrax has decided to open its very own store with the aim of reaching a wider range of Polish clients – the company welcomes professionals interested in gaining additional knowledge about 3D printing processes and technology.

Elegantly dressed man with 3D printer and 3D colorfull model

“Our research shows that 8 out of 10 customers will decide on their purchase of a 3D printer after having examined its performance capabilities in reality. We would like our customers to be able to see for themselves how well-suited Zortrax products are to a work environment. The decision to open our 3D printing showroom wasn’t only business-oriented; we wanted to educate Poles.” said Łukasz Kaczmarczyk, CEO of 3D Phoenix.

“One of the primary aspects of the Zortrax Store is a focus on education. Presently, we are engaged in talks with several universities teaching future engineers and designers. It is our hope that we will be able to organize various meetings and lectures for these students at the Zortrax Store in the near future. Educating Poles and raising their awareness on the advantages of 3D printing, and the endless possibilities that this technology carries with it, was one of the main reasons behind opening the Zortrax Store in Warsaw. I am strongly convinced that our showroom will soon become a very important point on Poland’s technological map” said Rafał Tomasiak, Zortrax’s CEO.  

Man holding a 3D printed engine

The Zortrax Store, open five days a week from 9 am to 7 pm, is located in Warsaw at 4 Grzybowska Street. 3D Phoenix, Zortrax’s official business partner, is in charge of the running the showroom. The store is open to all professional 3D printing users, as well as to clients looking to implement 3D printing technology in their own business. The Zortrax Store will offer customers a complete range of Zortrax products for their M200 and Inventure 3D printers, including printing materials with different properties and Zortrax’s trademark Z-Suite software.

[1] Za A.T. Kearney, Wohlers Report, Credit Suisse and Smart Tech Markets