3D printing tech startup announces partnership program for global innovators
Satori has announced the launch of its new professional 3D printer, the ST1600, marking its debut in the 3D printing market. The London-based startup is also launching a partnership program to collaborate with global innovators and creatives across all sectors of the design and manufacturing industry.
More than just a manufacturer, Satori thrives on being a problem solver, allowing companies to have more accessibility to professional printers at an affordable price, and offering technical and business consultation for clients.
Designed by industry experts, the ST1600 printer is desktop-sized, easy to operate, and featured with high print quality and efficient speed. The ST1600 3D printers are suitable problem-solvers in manufacturing for a wide range of industries including dentistry.
The printer can assist dental practitioners to provide efficient and improved patient care by printing dental tools from orthodontic models and surgical drill guides to braces and retainers from the comfort of their own office.
Satori is also launching a partnership program, inviting global innovators and designers from all industries to collaborate on initiatives with a goal to make an impact, and solve a particular problem traditional manufacturing might not be able to.
The young and agile team led by female tech entrepreneur and Oxford University graduate, Chengxi Wang is looking to collaborate with companies and individuals looking to invent and design products using 3D printing technology.
“3D printing is becoming more crucial now than ever in the current pandemic world. Increasingly, industries are turning to 3D printing to resolve supply chain disruption and achieve their targets in a more customised and efficient way.” commented Chengxi Wang, CEO of Satori.
“We strive to not just sell high quality professional machines, but most importantly, we wish to empower creativity and act as a problem solver for our clients. We do this by providing advice on how to maximise the machines' capacity to facilitate their business. We look forward to partnering with innovators to solve issues from all areas whether it be technology, medicine, sports, arts or lifestyle.”