The good news on the tariff front is that a U.S.-proposed 5-percent tariff – that could have gone up to...
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HP Inc. announced today that it;s opened the doors for its new 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing Center of Excellence...
Last week, we discussed the United States’ latest imposition of tariffs on Chinese-made goods imported into the United States. This...
SmileDirectClub will deploy 49 HP Jet Fusion 3D printers, making SmileDirectClub the largest producer of Multi Jet Fusion 3D-printed parts in the United States.
The firm says it’s leveraging its expertise in digital printing to polymer and metal 3D-printing technologies and will introduce new equipment, materials, services, and design tools to the market.
This week, we saw a host of office-imaging companies based in Japan report results for their fiscal years that ended...
HP Targets Industrial 3D Printing with New Jet Fusion 5200 Industrial 3D Printer, Expanded Siemens Partnership
HP Inc. continued its 3D-printing evolution, advancing into the industrial segment, with its introduction today of the Jet Fusion 5200 Series.
“Next month, we will be exhibiting our 3D (printing) capabilities for the first time at RAPID + TCT, one of the largest additive manufacturing trade shows in North America.”
Industry trade group, Recycling Times Media, which is based in China and represents the “remanufactured” toner-cartridge industry, continues to illegally post entire articles from Wirth Consulting without permission.
HP also announced that the HP Metal Jet Production Service for the 3D printing of industrial-grade metal parts is now widely available.
This week’s news was dominated by Xerox, which at its Investor Day meeting this week, outlined a broad set of...
“3D printing is poised to transform manufacturing. And we’re ready to lead the charge.”
One of the interesting things about technology is that we can’t always see where it will eventually take us, a case in point being drop-on-demand inkjet printing.
Ricoh discussed its current research that would bring its 3D printing into a new market: 3D biomedical printing, for producing, for instance, an exact replica of a patient’s heart.
It seems like just yesterday, but only a few years ago, the idea of controlling a copier or printer via voice command seemed pretty far-fetched.
Last year, in an October conference call with investors, Xerox CEO John Vistentin had commented on Xerox’s possible entry into the 3D-printer market, announcing that Xerox is developing “a road map to participate in 3D printing.”