HP and 3D printing grow in Europe
October 6, 2017 in Archive
3D printing through HP is growing in Europe
It was a day full of emotions and news that lived by HP at the TCT Show 2017, one of the world’s largest conferences dedicated to Additive Manufacturing technology and 3D printing. “We are excited about the initial response to HP’s Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions in Europe and the idea to collaborate with our customers to help them expand their usage and applications beyond the limits of Additive Manufacturing Solutions traditional,” said Emilio Juarez, sales manager of the HP 3D Printing Businessdivision for the Emea area, highlighting the expansion of the partner and customer community in Europe.
HP’s Jet Fusion Print Solution developed by HP promises to deliver superior quality physical components up to 10 times faster and a half of the cost than current 3D printing systems. 3DZ official HP’s retailer is happy to announce how such innovation is also being used by some of the world’s leading international companies such as Bmw Group, Jabil, Johnson & Johnson and Nike, wishing to transform their production operations for a complete digital future.
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Many European customers, HP reminded, have recently adopted Multi Jet Fusion to boost innovation, accelerate time-to-market, reduce costs and waste and improve competitiveness in the current global digital economy. The list is long and includes among others: Danfoss Group, Denmark’s leading technology company offering infrastructure solutions, food supplies, energy efficiency and eco-compatibility; Eth Zurich, one of the most important science and engineering universities in the world; Jaguar-Land Rover, the largest vehicle manufacturer in the UK; Ktm, the Austrian manufacturer of motorcycles and sports cars; the National Additive Manufacturing National Center of the Manufacturing Technology Center, the British research center specializing in the development of processes and production technologies.
“HP has a leading position in the 3D printing industry and, with our introduction to our Additive Manufacturing Services portfolio, we are excited to become the first global HP Jet Fusion 3D print shop – said Philipp Loosen,Head of 3D Printing at Henkel Adhesive Technologies – and we are looking forward to deeper into our collaboration with HP, to develop more innovative 3D printing materials and solutions for our customers and increase value for end-users. “
In recent times, HP has also witnessed the growth of Service Bureaus in Europe that choose HP JetFusion for large-scale 3D production. Starting from the adoption by major service providers such as Materialise and Shapeways, HP has not casually announced massive expansion at European level with more than two dozen new installations in Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom with 3D Service Bureaus, 3D Tech, 3iD, Axis Hello, Barel, Cnc-Automation Würfel, Comelec, Creabis, Digital Mechanics, Ficep 3D, Fkm Sintertechnik, Gremod, Hofman Innovation Group, industrial partners, Kurz, Maus, Optimus 3D, Pantur, Polifluor, Prodartis AG, Prototal, Sculpteo, SinthesiEngineering, Skorpion Engineering, Thinktec3D, Topp, Vännäs Verkstad, Weerg, WorldTooling, Zare and ZiggZagg both for large-scale 3D production than for the rapid creation of prototypes.
Always in Europe HP is preparing to open new 3D Printing Reference and Experience Center. After the debut in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain and the UK in early 2017, HP and its partners today have more than 25 3D Printing Reference and Experience Centers with new openings in Austria, Denmark, Portugal and Sweden. Spaces that allow companies to employ HP Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions in production scenarios. The testing and qualification of new cases of 3D printing use occurs in controlled environments, providing customers with a simpler and more cost-effective way to move from prototype creation to large-scale 3D production.
Another incredible application of the Jet Fusion that saves time and money on production costs: Zip plastic Tie