Since 2019 we also have a reseller for SprutCAM software in Bosnia Herzegovina, Dizart d.o.o. Dizart is managed by owner Jasmin Ahmic. After the war he built up a company in CNC machine tools in the former Yugoslavia. He builds CNC milling machines, laser cutters, 3D printers and, since 2019, robot cells.
Besides this company he also has a school in which he wants to give children the opportunity to learn a technical profession, such as CNC programmer, machine operator or CAD draftsman. This school is independent, so separate from the education provided by the government in Bosnia.
Jasmin, the owner of Dizart, was initially only involved in building CNC milling machines, laser cutters and 3D printing. Now that Dizart SprutCAM has become a reseller, he also builds his own robot cells. He already has several customers in Bosnia and Serbia. In 2021 he will also start focussing more on Croatia.
Since its foundation, Dizart has successfully trained more than 150 people to work with the CNC machines produced by Dizart. Dizart wanted to provide some form of certification for their hard work, but the required paperwork and bureaucratic hurdles initially led Dizart away from that idea.
Thanks to the successful collaboration and support of the Novi Grad Municipality, this seemingly impossible mission was made possible and a pilot project was started that received support from the entire community. The results of the school are not impressive in terms of numbers, but they are impressive in the quality of the training and the conditions they provide. All of their students must meet strict performance criteria to receive certification.
Dizart CNC has produced CNC machines for various applications over the past 15 years. Currently Dizart machines are located in 4 countries of the former Yugoslavia, 5 countries of the EU and in the US and Australia.
The first CNC router was sold in 2005, the first CO2 laser in 2010, the first 3D printer in 2011, the first plasma machine in 2014 and the first laser cutter for metal in 2015. And since 2019 Dizart has started the production of robot cells in which there is now a lot of interest.