HP Inc. announced in an official statement that it has unveiled a new production-grade 3D printing center in China in collaboration with Guangdong (Dali) 3D Printing Collaborative Innovation Platform. Considered as HP’s largest deployment of production-grade 3D printing in the Asia Pacific and Japan, the new platform will power the company’s new Lanwan Intelligence – HP Multi Jet Fusion Technology Mass Manufacturing Center.
Located in the town of Dali, Foshan, which is a manufacturing hub in China’s Guangdong Province, the new center comprises of 10 Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing systems to meet the increasing demand for function prototypes and production-grade parts.
The new center, operated by Guangdong Lanwan Intelligence Technology or the new Lanwan Intelligence, will exclusively use HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing systems to provide production-grade applications for major industries ranging from automobile, consumer goods, and motorcycle customers in Foshan as well as for other industries located in the Greater Bay Area of Southern China.
Speaking at the occasion of the Center’s opening ceremony, Stephen Nigro, President of 3D Printing, HP Inc. said, “Everything starts with applications – and digital manufacturing innovators are leading the transformation of the $12 trillion manufacturing sector by producing industrial-grade parts across industries on HP Multi Jet Fusion.”
“We are thrilled that Guangdong (Dali) 3D Printing Collaborative Innovation Platform is deploying HP Multi Jet Fusion technology at factory-scale to drive its business growth and accelerate industry innovation. HP is committed to helping our global digital manufacturing partner community expand and thrive,” added Nigro.
The center’s opening ceremony also saw senior representatives from the national and local governments as well as businesses and academia. Speaking on the occasion, Luo Jun, Executive Director of China 3D Printing Technology Industry Alliance and President of Guangdong Lanwan Intelligence Technology, said, “The demand for 3D-printed production-grade parts will grow exponentially over the next few years as we shift from analog to digital manufacturing.”
“By deploying HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology in our new digital manufacturing center in China, we can better – and more quickly – deliver cost-effective and production-grade parts to our customers,” concludes Jun when providing details about how the alliance plans to use HP’s 3D printing technology.
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