At the latest Formnext event, HP introduced its new HP 3D as a Service (HP 3DaaS) plan. Rather than solely sell 3D printers to customers, the printing giant is also allowing clients to pay on a usage basis.
So, what’s the deal with 3DaaS? Or, more broadly, what is hardware-as-a-service all about?
HP’s industrial Jet Fusion 5200 Series 3D Printing Solution In the case of HP 3DaaS, there will be two possible packages, Base and Plus. Already on the market, HP 3DaaS Base is a pay-per-build model that tracks material usage and charges users with a monthly invoice. Supplies are automatically replenished, and remote and onsite support are included in the package. The Base package is available for HP Jet Fusion 5200/4200 Series and HP Jet Fusion 500 Series 3D printers. The HP 3DaaS Plus program goes beyond materials by throwing in the hardware itself. Beginning in 2020, customers […]
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