Accelerating digital transformation of manufacturing further, HP Inc., one of the giants in the 3D printing business world announced new deployments of its Multi-Jet Fusion 3D Printing solutions. The new list of companies include manufacturing innovators Protolabs, and Materialise, which are also one of the largest 3D printing companies in the world.
Protolabs – the world’s fastest manufacturer of custom prototypes and on-demand production parts upgraded its seven HP Jet Fusion 3D printers in the U.S. and Germany to industrial HP Jet Fusion 4210 3D systems to meet the increasing demand for global 3D production services.
Speaking about the increasing demand, Vicki Holt, President and CEO, at Protolabs said, “The demand for 3D-printed production applications continues to grow and HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology is furthering our ability to deliver our customers industrial-grade parts quickly and cost-effectively.”
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“By expanding the capacity of our HP Multi Jet Fusion services and installing printers in the United States and Europe, we are meeting the needs of our global customer base and demonstrating that geographically distributed, on-demand production is a reality today,” added Holt.
Protolabs recently used the company’s 3D printing solutions to create ustom packaging application for customers including PepsiCo. For example, Materialise recently 3D printed masks for PepsiCo’s promotional beverage kits for the movie Black Panther.
Another company that has deployed HP’s Multi-Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions is Materialise. Being one of the largest providers of additive manufacturing software and services for medical and industrial markets, Materialise has already deployed eight HP Jet Fusion 4200 3D printers .
HP Inc., also announced that ZiggZagg, a leading 3D printing provider based in Belgium has also deployed its solutions and has been added to its growing list of customers which include Forecast3D, Go Proto, Materialise, Protolabs and others who have deployed HP’s Multi-Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions to produce parts for their customers operating in diverse industries that range from medical, consumer goods to automotive and industrial markets.
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