HP debuts Jet Fusion 3D system, its official entry into the world of 3D printing

HP Jet Fusion 3D

Since HP announced its restructuring with the intention to separate into two companies, Hewlett-Packard and HP Enterprise Inc. the objective was clear, focus on the most profitable business for the company and from there, create strategies more clearly without mixing the markets between the end user and the business.

As this division was confirmed, HP Inc. announced that one of the bets Lazarian this year would be to 3D printing, which took it easy and did not want to hasten the pace, because we are facing a market that has been gaining relevance and therefore they want to come with products that are worthwhile and provide functionality according to what is currently required by the market. Thus arrives Jet Fusion 3D, HP bet in the world of 3D printing.

HP Jet Fusion 3D
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10 times faster and up to 50% less cost

HP is using something they have called voxels, which is the equivalent of a pixel in 3D, offering the ability to create parts and materials easily and with a level of customization that according to HP, “reinvent” 3D printing, and which uses its own software modeling, where we can adapt existing parts, drawings and images, into a 3D model.

This system is designed initially for businesses, those that seek to reduce workflows to have its own printer to create functional pieces in minutes, plus it is divided into two elements: the processing station and the container , allowing work on new creations while printing and cools a piece.

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Of course HP will make available to all their own media, which will be sold in cartridges 10 liter to 200 liter barrels at a price that has not yet been released, but the company says is up to 50% more economical than current solutions on the market.

In total are presenting two devices for 3D printing that will hit the market in late 2016, on the one hand the HP Jet Fusion 3200 will have an estimated price of $130000, and the HP Jet Fusion 4200 will reach $200000, which it will be 25% faster than the 3200, but also be compatible with other printing methods, such as by injection or molding.

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