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Trade Accounts


Who applies for a trade account? 

If you're a University, School, College or Business, and expect to order quantities of 3D printer filament requiring to order via purchase order/invoice system then a trade account is for you.

Alternatively, if you're a University, School, College or Business are you're only able to pay via bank transfer you will also need a trade account.

If you require credit terms, we also have this available. See below for details.


What are your Trade Prices?

Our trade prices are the same as our website prices.

We are only able to offer discounts to bulk orders. The minimum order value to receive a discount is £475 ex VAT (before shipping).

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If you are going to be ordering consistently every month you may wish to consider our subscribe and save 5% option through website orders on the product pages. Subscribe to recurring orders every 15, 30, 60 or 90 days and receive 5% off the orders.


What credit terms are available? 

We offer 30 day net credit terms for eligible accounts, only on request.

There is a £100 (before shipping) minimum order value on credit orders.

An initial limit of £400 applies to credit trade accounts.

Please note, credit is not guaranteed with all trade accounts and all first orders must be placed pro forma. We retain the right to hold shipments and remove credit from accounts with late payments.


Is there a Minimum Order Quantity required? 

There is no minimum order quantity on standard trade orders.

For credit orders, a minimum order value (before shipping) of £100 applies.


How do I apply?

To apply please complete and submit the request form below.

Please complete and submit, response time 24-48hrs.

What is the trade account for?

Are you looking to resell

Do you require credit after initial pro-forma order? (See terms above)

What estimated frequency would you be ordering?

What estimated quantities per PO would you be ordering?


What happens after I've sent a signed Purchase Order? 

A member of the team will review and process your purchase order. We will email to let you know it has been received and is being processed. You will then be emailed the invoice and will need to confirm receipt of the invoice via email.

If it's your first order, payment must be made up front. If it's a repeat order, and you've been approved for credit, we'll get it dispatched as soon as possible.

If we hold all of the stock at the time of ordering, your order will be dispatched typically within 1-3 working days. If there are items that are not in stock, your order may take longer to be dispatched - but we'll give you a time frame during processing.

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