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Polish 3D Printer Startup Zortrax Lied bout Indenture with Dell

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Zortrax Makes False Statement to Came into Light

The Poland-based startup, Zortrax that deals in polish 3D printers, made a false statement about its contract with Dell for 5000 printers in 2014. The company had raised capital up to $3 since the news goes viral. But on the other hand, Dell completely refused the rumor of transaction among them.

Zortrax was started by a few friends in Olsztyn, Poland. The company gains high reputation after a booming Kickstarter. They work on a simple strategy to avoid questioning about their techniques and the contract itself and assemble the deal in the investment resources after the announcement for months. This means the contract was not a distortion, but it was a clever and confident elision. In other words, startups are eager to accept every letter of intent and every terse nod of endorsement as a signed contract, so is the case with Zortrax.

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