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HP Reveals 3D Printing Mass Production with New Customers, Apps and Partners

By Chrissie Cluney
December 19, 2018

HP has introduced their new and expanded installations of its HP Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions to meet the growing worldwide demand for production-grade 3D manufactured parts.  

What sectors can utilize the new installments? The company has showcased the new applications across the transportation, industrial, medical, and consumer sectors. This also includes new PA-11 applications and initial customers of its new award-winning HP Jet Fusion 3D 300/500 solutions

HP also announced a design-to-print workflow with Autodesk to enable generative design capabilities across the entire HP Multi Jet Fusion portfolio. HP’s Autodesk has new online resources to accelerate the journey to mass production for customers and resellers.

“HP is accelerating the shift to 3D mass production, enabling an exciting array of applications helping customers improve their businesses as we enter the 4th Industrial Revolution. Many industries such as automotive, which is going through its biggest transformation in more than 100 years, are looking to new technologies and strategic partners like HP to help them better compete in this time of change,” said Christoph Schell, president, 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing, HP Inc. “We are working with innovators across the globe to change the way they design and manufacture with HP Multi Jet Fusion and our new Metal Jet platform, unlocking new applications, more manufacturing flexibility, and greater innovation, efficiency and sustainability across their product development lifecycle.”

Who else is assisting HP? RecTech 3D from China plans 30 HP Jet Fusion 3D 4210 solutions. This forecast’s count of 3D expands to 24 HP Jet Fusion 3D 4210 printers, new deployment with industrial leader GE Transportation.

Who is benefiting from HP’s new printers? New applications and materials, including parts for BMW Group, Volkswagen Group and initial customers are being designed for the award-winning HP Jet Fusion 3D 300/500 series. HP collaborates with Autodesk to enable generative design-for-3D.

“As a premier partner of HP in China, RecTech 3D is looking to help lead industrial innovators and designers to take advantage of digital production and manufacturing, and we believe HP Multi Jet Fusion technology offers the capabilities required to deliver on that promise,” said Jay Luo, CEO, RecTech 3D. “In addition to offering the production of parts using HP Multi Jet Fusion technology, we will provide our customers with educational resources and end-to-end solutions based on HP’s industry-leading 3D printing products and expertise that enable the entire process from design to production. Using HP Multi Jet Fusion technology we plan to transform manufacturing.”


Chrissie Cluney has been a correspondent for IoT Evolution World since 2015. She holds a degree in English with a concentration in writing from the College of Saint Elizabeth.

Edited by Ken Briodagh
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