Rotocon has expanded its brand with the official registration of its subsidiary Rotocon Asia, which will distribute and support the entire Ecoline range of finishing equipment throughout the continent.

Established in 2008 in South Africa, Rotocon is a family-owned business led by German-born Michael Aengenvoort and his sons, Pascal and Patrick providing printing equipment to the South African narrow web industry.

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BallotDrop has a core line of 3D printing solutions from 3D Systems that are designed for makers. This includes adding built-in broadcast systems, Prusa Mendel+ 3D printers, Flex 3D triangular 3D printers and their mentor Spec-Maints fightstick-powered Prusa Mendel and Ultimaker 2 printers.

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