Grupo Unceta will be in charge of the distribution in Spain, Portugal and Cuba of the Tumaker printers

Unceta and Tumaker Group

Little by little, many companies are realizing the enormous potential that 3D printing can have in the short term, due to this it is not surprising that organizations like Unceta Group, one of the largest distributors of industrial tools in the Iberian Peninsula, has decided to start moving in this direction by exclusively distributing 3D printers in Spain, Portugal and Cuba. Tumaker.

Thanks precisely to the incorporation of 3D printing services and above all the marketing and distribution of 3D printers, the Unceta Group completes its more than wide range of offers where we find not only the sale and distribution of industrial tools, but also office supplies, metrology, machinery accessories ... For this, Grupo Unceta It is made up of leading companies each in its sector, such as Industrial Unceta and Unceta Ferramdamientos de Qualidae in Portugal, Metrología Sariki and Sarikal Laboratorio in Spain and Unceta Cuba in Cuba.

Grupo Unceta adds Tumaker solutions to its service catalog


As explained from Tumaker, Grupo Unceta's decision in this sector is promoted by the enormous amount of inquiries related to the world of 3D printing made by a large part of its clients who today work in sectors as different as aerospace, automation, military, research, manufacturing and laboratory. This prompted Grupo Unceta to launch a demanding selection process to find a quality 3D printer manufacturer to start working with.

This process finally culminated in the choice of Tumaker, which will provide its line of 3D printers for both personal and professional use, a product catalog where we find models such as Voladora NX and the three versions of the Bigfoot range. Based on the statements of Jon bengoetxea, CEO of Tumaker:

We have been working hard both in the evolution of our technology and in the successful implementation in companies. We are demonstrating without making much noise, at street level, in the trenches, that with our technology and support, companies improve their processes significantly beyond the prototype. That 3D printing is a transversal technology and a spectacular means to innovate in many sectors and applications that a priori do not appear to be.


This year we have taken a qualitative leap. The agreement with the Unceta Group is a consequence of this. We have evolved from the development and manufacture of 3D printers to the development and manufacture of desktop and large format 3D printing stations. More powerful, larger, more connected devices and with hardware and software technology that allows you to be much more productive than with traditional 3D printers.


All this accompanied by an increasingly comprehensive knowledge of why and how to incorporate our technology into business processes thanks to demanding experiences carried out in companies as diverse as CAF, Grupo GUREAK, NEM, ACTREN, Bellota tools, TESA, Osakidetza or companies of the Mondragon corporation among many others

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