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Fusion3 3D printers are powerful tools for any sized business and we do everything we can to make it easy for our customers to lease a 3D printer.

Fusion3 is now partnered with Financial Group Partners commercial financing to provide competitive leasing options for our customers to finance a 3D printer. Our partners can work with any sized US business to tailor a leasing duration and structure to meet your needs.

Assumes purchase of Fusion3 EDGE 3D printer, $8,849. 

Low rates and competitive structures
Application only up to $500,000
3 & 6 month deferrals
$0 down w/ terms up to 72 months
eDocs available
Pre-funding available
No pre-payment penalty

90% approval ratio and over $370,000,000 funded.

The Benefits of a 3D printer lease
(financing a 3D printer) include:

Lower Initial Expense

The main advantage of an equipment lease is that it allows you to acquire assets with minimal initial expenditures. Since equipment leases have low or no down payment, you can obtain the goods you need without significantly affecting your cash flow.

Section 179 Tax Savings

Allows you to subtract the cost of certain types of assets from your balance sheet. Qualified purchases can be written off as an expense during the purchase year.

Whether leased or purchased, equipment may still qualify for the deduction under Section 179. The major difference – cash flow. Leased equipment allows you to pay less upfront, pay monthly, and still receive 100% deduction under section 179 – lowering out of pocket expenses. https://financialpc.com/section179guide/

Easier to Upgrade Equipment

Leasing allows businesses to more quickly address issues related to outdated or obsolete manufacturing equipment. If you lease items that can become obsolete in a shorter period of time, such as computers or other high-tech equipment, a lease passes the burden of obsolescence onto the lessor. For instance other 3D printers on the market have a two to four year life, and Fusion3 customers tend to have a four to seven year life span of their 3D printers. With a lease you are free to lease new, higher-end equipment once the lease ends.

Structured For Your Needs

Fusion3’s leasing partners offer competitive leasing rates, lease duration from 12 to 60 months and a variety of end of lease options, including $1 buyout (where you own the 3D printer outright at the end of the lease), making it easy to finance a 3D printer.

Cut Manufacturing & Production Costs, Not Quality

3D print prototypes, jigs and fixtures at lower cost than traditional manufacturing methods. Fusion3 3D printers enable highly efficient workstations that require low labor costs. Our 3D printer lease and 3D printer financing options will drive down manufacturing costs while increasing efficiency and productivity.

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Commercial 3D Printers

Can you rent a 3D printer?
You probably can rent a 3d printer for a day, week or month. Fusion3 does not offer rental programs. We do, however, have partners that provide longer-term leasing options for companies looking to invest in 3D printers over a 24 to 60-month timeframe. At Fusion3, our leasing partners offer competitive 3D printer financing and leasing rates to help your company or business find the best leasing option.
How long can I lease a 3D printer?
Fusion3, through our leasing partners, offers competitive leases 12 – 60 months and a variety of end of the lease, buyout options, at competitive rates.
Why should I lease or finance a 3D printer?
Leasing or financing a 3D printer helps businesses increase production or manufacturing efficiency by facilitating workstations that require little manpower to run. This allows businesses to invest and grow in other areas, such as marketing or sales.

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