2/6/2017

3D Printer Uses Open Platform for Materials, Software

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At Plastec West / MD&M West, February 7-9, in Anaheim, California, HP will showcase the HP Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solution, a production-ready commercial 3D-printing system based on an open-platform approach for materials and software.

At Plastec West / MD&M West, February 7-9, in Anaheim, California, HP will showcase the HP Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solution, a production-ready commercial 3D-printing system based on an open-platform approach for materials and software. According to the company, the system can produce quality parts as much as 10-times faster than and at half the cost of other 3D-print systems.

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