HP pushes forward industrial AM with New Jet Fusion 3D 4210 Printing Solution and new materials

HP recently launched  the new HP Jet Fusion 3D 4210 Printing Solution; a solution which significantly lowers overall operating costs while increasing production volume capabilities, raising the “break-even point” for large-scale 3D manufacturing to up to 110,000 parts and enabling the industry’s lowest cost-per-part (CPP) – up to 65% less than other 3D printing methods.

The new HP solution includes hardware and firmware upgrades for existing Jet Fusion systems to improve overall system efficiency and enable continuous operation, including a new processing station capable of handling significantly higher materials volumes. Customers who purchase the HP Jet Fusion 3D 4210 Printing Solution will also benefit from shared service contracts and significantly lower pricing on HP’s engineering-grade 3D printing materials and agents.

The new 3D 4210 Printing Solution enables our customers to mass-produce parts using HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology for 65% less than other processes, and fully benefit from the economies of scale,” said Ramon Pastor, General Manager of Multi Jet Fusion for HP’s 3D printing business. “HP’s Jet Fusion 3D systems have now reached a technological and economic inflection point that combines the speed, quality, and scalability needed to accelerate manufacturing’s digital industrial revolution.”

HP’s 3D printing system showcased at HP Inc. in Palo Alto

Open 3D Material Platform

HP 3D High Reusability PA 11, HP 3D High Reusability PA 12 Glass Beads, as well as HP 3D High Reusability Polypropylene are 3D materials which will very soon be available.

We were among the earliest adopters of HP’s Multi Jet Fusion, and it has never been more clear to us that it represents the future of digital manufacturing, said Corey Weber, Co-Founder of Forecast 3D. “HP’s PA 11 is an incredibly versatile, easy-to process, highly-reusable new material that expands the applications and effectiveness of 3D printing to places that were previously not possible.”

Last, new partners will join the group and contribute to provide materials to a wide range of customers: Dressler Group which develops and manufactures powder for HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printers and Lubrizol, whose mission is to accelerate the development of innovative materials designed for final part production with HP Jet Fusion 3D systems.

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