HP 3D-Printing Solutions Now Available in Mexico
HP Inc. today reported the commercial availability of HP Jet Fusion 3D-printing solutions beginning today in Mexico, with manufacturer Bojä3D becoming Mexico’s first Multi Jet Fusion installation with an HP Jet Fusion 4200 3D printing solution for large-scale 3D production printing.
HP, which now ships more plastic production 3D printers than any company in the world, says it continues to accelerate the digital transformation of the $12 trillion global manufacturing industry with its groundbreaking Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing.
HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D-printing solutions are now available in the United States, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Latin America.
Bojä3D is offering customers production-ready 3D-printing services based on HP Jet Fusion 4200 3D-printing solution, which HP says provides superior-quality physical parts up production speeds up to 10-times faster and at half the cost of current 3D-print systems. By printing functional parts for the first time at the individual voxel level – which is the 3D equivalent of a 2D pixel in traditional printing – HP says it provides customers with an unprecedented ability to transform part properties and deliver mass customization.
Bojä3D joins 3D-printing services and product-design firmsFathom, Forecast3D, Go Proto, Materialise, ProtoCAM, Proto Labs, Shapeways, Sigma Design, Stern, 3D Prod, and others, installing HP 3D-printing systems to deliver production-quality HP Jet Fusion 3D-printed parts.
Victor Anaya, partner and operations manager for Bojä3D, commented: “We’re making Multi Jet Fusion the foundational 3D printing technology for our business because of its transformational quality, speed, and cost efficiency as well as the ability to prototype and produce functional parts on the same platform,” said “With demand for advanced 3D printing technology growing from our customers across a broad spectrum of industries, we are excited to help them digitally reinvent their businesses as Mexico’s first provider of HP Jet Fusion solutions.”
New Jet Fusion 300/500 Series for Full Color
In addition to the HP Jet Fusion 4200 solution, HP recently expanded its portfolio with the introduction of the Jet Fusion 300 / 500 series, the world’s first 3D printers to deliver engineering-grade, functional parts in full color, black or white in a fraction of the time of other solutions.
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HP Open Platform for 3D-Printing Materials
HP’s open platform model for 3D-printing materials is said to help expand the availability of new 3D-printer materials, reduce materials costs, increase innovation, and address a broader set of applications, and are said to feature the industry’s leading reusability, and are also for use with all HP Jet Fusion printing solutions.
HP’s ecosystem of global materials leaders includes Arkema, BASF, Dressler, Evonik, Henkel AG & Co, Lehmann & Voss, Lubrizol, and Sinopec Yanshan Petrochemical Company.
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