GoProto launches an additive manufacturing facility in San Diego
GoProto, specialist in 3D prototyping and short-run manufacturing, expands an advanced additive manufacturing facility in San Diego, California.
The increasing demand HP’s Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology and Multi-Material Fused Deposition Modeling (MMFDM) as well as demand for other ongoing short-run manufacturing services foster this expansion.
The increase of GoProto’s production capacity
Thanks to the opening of this facility, the company’s production capacity doubles in its MJF additive manufacturing platforms.
Furthermore, its MMFDM capacity also increases, as consumer adoption of this unique 3D printing process accelerates.
GoProto can further provide these revolutionary technologies to a wide range of companies in aerospace, defense, automotive, healthcare, electronics, consumer products and other manufacturing industries.
Jesse Lea, President of GoProto, said, “The expansion is the next step in our strategic plan for rapid incremental growth in multiple areas, with a particular focus in additive manufacturing services.”
Speaking about HP Technology…
Hewlett Packard’s Jet Fusion keeps pushing industrial 3D printing forward. Thanks to its HP Jet Fusion 3D 4210 Printing Solution for instance, it is possible to lower overall operating costs while increasing production volume capabilities.
Furthermore, the company recently launched its 3D printing portfolio with the Jet Fusion 300 / 500 series of 3D printers. This 3D printing technology enables manufacturers to produce engineering-grade, functional parts in full color, black or white – with voxel control – in a fraction of the time of other solutions.
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