HP entries into the 3D Printing world have been significant. With both the release of their Jet Fusion and Metal Jet systems they have made waves in the industry. In a press briefing on 4th June, the company announced they are “doubling down” on their progress in digital manufacturing with a string of announcements.
The most significant announcement was of a new material released. In partnership with BASF, HP will be delivering a polypropylene solution that the presenter,
Ramon Pastor, described as a “massive milestone”. This will be the lowest cost material in HP’s portfolio and of great significance is the fact that it will be 100% re-usable. The company will continue to work with BASF for material development and applications, citing potential in automotive, industrial, consumer goods , and medical sectors. HP announced new professional service capabilities and added Fast Radius to their Digital Manufacturing Network. […]
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