CATI ACQUIRES FISHER UNITECH, EXPANDS SOLIDWORKS AND STRATASYS NETWORK IN NORTH AMERICA

3D Printing Industry | 10/22/2019 | Anas Essop
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Computer Aided Technology (CATI), a provider of product development solutions headquartered in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, has acquired Fisher Unitech, a 3D printing technology provider based in Pleasant Ridge, Michigan.

The merger was carried out after Fisher Unitech was sold by its former parent company, Riverside Co, a global private equity firm. After merging with Fisher Unitech, CATI has reportedly become the largest SOLIDWORKS and Stratasys solutions provider in North America.

Fisher - Unitech - Clients - Comments - Werneth

“We look forward to working with and supporting Fisher Unitech and their clients,” comments Rich Werneth, President, Computer Aided Technology.

“LIKE CATI, FISHER UNITECH HAS BUILT ITS BUSINESS AROUND ENSURING THEIR CUSTOMERS’ SUCCESS. THAT’S WHAT MAKES THIS MERGER A GREAT FIT.”

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The F900 3D printer from Stratasys. Photo via Stratasys.

Founded in 1992, CATI delivers a portfolio of product development solutions covering software, 3D printing, 3D scanning and metrology, product lifecycle management (PLM), design automation, and implementation solutions. The company provides technology from the likes of Stratasys, Creaform, Dassault Systèmes, and more to help its customers develop their products.

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Fisher Unitech on the other hand specifically provides 3D software and hardware for customers seeking to design, validate and manage products from prototyping to manufacturing. The company is said to be one of Dassault Systemes SOLIDWORKS’ leading suppliers, having provided support for the software platform for over twenty years.

In terms of hardware, Fisher Unitech offers a large collection of 3D printers from Stratasys in North America, ranging from desktop solutions like the F120, to higher production systems, like the F900, F380 and F450MC. The company also distributes 3D printers developed by Israeli 3D printing electronics company Nano Dimension. The two firms signed a reseller agreement...
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