New York-based private equity firm Riverside Co. acquired 3-D printing supplier Fisher/Unitech Inc. last month.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Chicago-based Maranon Capital LP provided financing and Cleveland-based Jones Day LP served as Riverside's adviser on the deal.
Troy, Mich.-based Fisher/Unitech sells 3-D, or additive, printers and drafting software to several manufacturing industries, including automotive, with more than 8,000 customers, the company said in a news release.
It operates 13 offices in 16 states and is the world's largest supplier of Stratasys 3-D printers.
Charlie Hess, CEO, and Greg Fisher, vice president of technology, will remain in their positions under Riverside.
Riverside plans to invest in Fisher/Unitech's sales, marketing and technology as well as seek more acquisitions under the Fisher name, it said in a news release.
Riverside has invested in more than 80 specialty manufacturing and distribution firms since 1988.