Victoria-based Bremar partners with Core Additive to bring 3D printing to more local businesses

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Core Additive, a leading Markforged reseller in Australia, has partnered with Bremar Automotion to provide onshore 3D printing solutions to Victorian businesses and help scale the state’s local manufacturing capabilities. 

This partnership marks a significant milestone for Bremar, which recently invested in Markforged industrial 3D printers to service the Victorian market. 

Bremar touts over 40 years of combined experience in providing advanced digital design and computer-aided engineering services across various industries. The company turned to additive manufacturing in its efforts to drive innovation and offer true end-to-end solutions to their clients and the broader industry. 

Brett Longhurst, Bremar’s managing director, said combining Core Additive’s expertise in additive manufacturing with its industry knowledge in advanced engineering, simulation, and optimisation has enabled it to provide more than just a print bureau service. 

“We are delighted to be partnering with Core Additive and Markforged to provide a range of industrial 3D printing services in Victoria,” Longhurst said. 

“We are confident that we can deliver exceptional value to our customers by reducing costs and shortening delivery timeframes. This collaboration is an exciting opportunity to help businesses overcome their manufacturing challenges and bring new possibilities to the industry.” 

The partnership marks a significant milestone for Victoria’s local manufacturing landscape. 

In a media release, Core Additive said the collaboration not only showcases the commitment of both companies to driving innovation and excellence but also highlights the potential of additive manufacturing to revolutionise the industry. 

“We are thrilled to join forces with Bremar as our Victorian Print Bureau partner to assist us in educating the Victorian market on cutting-edge solutions. Our commitment to delivering honest facts, information and reliable results aligns perfectly with our shared goal of prioritising customer satisfaction. Together, we aim to empower businesses, unlock new possibilities, and drive innovation in the manufacturing sector,” said Lianne Kelly, national sales manager for Core Additive. 

Victoria’s manufacturing industry serves as a crucial economic pillar for the state, contributing approximately $31 billion to the state’s economy.