HP bets on China and opens a digital manufacturing Centre
HP collaborates with a Printing Collaborative Platform, Guangdong (Dali) to open a 3D printing Centre in China. The manufacturing center opened on Saturday 16th June and is located in the town of Dali, Foshan, a manufacturing hub in Guangdong Province.
The platform already integrates HP Multi Jet Fusion Technology Mass Manufacturing Center with 10 HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing systems to address the needs of clients who are looking for functional prototypes and production-grade parts.
According to the company, this implementation in China would be HP’s biggest installation of 3D printing activities in Asia Pacific and Japan. This center will provide solutions to a wide range of customers including auto, consumer goods and motorcycle customers in Foshan as well as for other industries in the Greater Bay Area of Southern China.
“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,” said Stephen Nigro, President of 3D Printing, HP Inc.
It is no more a secret. Statistics show that the demand for 3D-printed production-grade parts will increase over time and this launch is a true milestone in China’s Action Plan for the 3D Printing market.
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