EMS, Inc, a provider of Z Corp 3D Printers and 3D Scanners has announced the expansion of their Michigan office with new personal. Since 2001 EMS, Inc. has been the leading provider of 3D Printers, 3D Scanners and 3D CAD software products and services with offices throughout the US.
Joining the EMS team in Michigan are two veteran industry specialists, Tim Mackey and Chris Rydin. Tim and Chris bring EMS, Inc. over 25 years of experience in 3D CAD, engineering and manufacturing to provide sales, service, training and technical support for our Educational and Commercial customers in Michigan.
According to President & CEO Mark Kemper, “EMS, Inc. believes in Michigan’s future and is excited to be a part of the rebirth taking place. While other companies have left Michigan we’re pleased with the fact that were growing and expanding in a state that plays a very important role in the US economy.”
Key to our success is offering advanced, valued based products used in industry such as SolidWorks, The CAD Academy, STEM Academy, Z Corp 3D Printers and 3D Scanners to the Educational and Commercial markets.
As a leading provider of Rapid Prototyping, 3D Scanning and Design Service our technical skills and experience in real world applications will separate EMS from those that do not use the products they sell. In the Educational market, this experience will allow us to help educators teach the tools and skills needed for students to be successful in the workplace. For the Commercial market, our experience will bring a higher level of productivity to those companies in Michigan looking to gain a competitive advantage in this challenging economy.
Tim Mackey, Regional Sales Manager for EMS, Inc. comments “Providing technology based software solutions such as SolidWorks, The CAD Academy and STEM Academy to educators in Michigan brings the opportunity for students to learn and ultimately use the same software used in industry.”
Furthermore, “The hardware technology such as the Z Corp 3D Printers, 3D Scanners and SensAble Technologies virtual clay modeling device allows students to design, capture, print, and touch the designs they’ve created bringing a higher level of creativity for the student by engaging them with technology that’s relevant, interesting and fun to use.”
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