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HP Entering the Commercial 3D Printing Space

CEO Meg Whitman says HP will unveil a master plan to take on the players in the commercial 3D printing market and that her company has a solution to the major issues which have prevented 3d printing technology from broader adoption.

HP research teams have essentially raised the quality of substrates used in the 3D printing process to a degree which will change the durability of finished goods and the speed they can be output.

HP Designjet 3D Printer

The HP Designjet Color 3D printer sets the standard for office-ready, anyone-can-use 3D printing. In this video, Matias del Campo shows off his models and describes how he has been using the machine to save time and create difficult structures that would normally be unthinkable to a model maker in the same circumstances.

HP 3D printing solutions offer the ideal combination of affordability, model quality, and officeability. Take advantage of larger builds and 8 colours. Learn more about the HP Designjet 3D Printer.

Solutions to Transform Manufacturing

Manufacturers face serious challenges—from globalization and market volatility to increasing client demands, shrinking margins and more. To compete, you must be lean, innovative and agile.

The good news is HP can help transform your manufacturing business. With over 20,000 employees dedicated to serving manufacturers, our targeted solutions continuously drive IT optimization and enable better performance in key manufacturing processes.


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