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The 3D Printing Technology That is Disrupting Design and Manufacturing

April 13, 2017
Sponsored by HP
In making its own large-format industrial inkjet printers, HP occupies a front-row seat to the manufacture of specialized, low-volume products. By traditional methods – injection molding or machining – the process of designing, prototyping and producing new parts for the printers was exacting and expensive. Using HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing technology, HP engineers can cut the cost of producing parts for its large-format printers, accelerate the pace of design and production, raise the consistency of part quality, and establish just-in-time manufacturing. Download this case study to read more.

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