Expanding its 3D printing portfolio, HP Inc has introduced the industry’s first 3D printing technology to enable manufacturers to produce engineering-grade, functional parts in full color, black or white. The expansion brings “voxel-level” innovation with low-cost HP Jet Fusion 300/500 Series – available from $50,000 – that will enable small-to-medium-sized product development teams and design businesses, entrepreneurs and universities and research institutions. Also Read - HP Pavilion 13 Review: A good thin and light laptop, that could have been better
A voxel is a 3D pixel; and HP’s Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) printers can determine color for each of the 3D voxel cubes. “No matter your industry, no matter your design complexity, no matter what colors fit your business needs, the new HP Jet Fusion 300/500 series gives you the freedom to create brilliant new parts liberated from the constraints of traditional production methods,” said Stephen Nigro, President of 3D Printing, HP Inc. Also Read - Best laptops under Rs 40,000 in July 2021: Mi Notebook 14, Asus VivoBook 14, and more
Nigro was speaking during the annual “SOLIDWORKS World 2018” conference by Dassault Systemes that began here on Monday. The HP will begin shipping Jet Fusion 300/500 series of 3D printers in the second half of 2018. With this portfolio expansion, HP is providing users of its Multi Jet Fusion solutions the ability to prototype and produce new designs and applications on the same platform. Also Read - Amazon Prime Day sale last day: Best affordable student laptops available under Rs 30,000
HP is already engaging in the co-development of new color applications with universities and businesses around the world, including Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Yazaki Corp., and Youngstown State University, among others.
In addition to providing voxel-level control, the new Jet Fusion 300/500 series of 3D printers has a compact design, enhanced workflow solution, and the world’s first integrated and automated materials delivery system.
The series also supports the three leading color file formats (OBJ, VRML and 3MF), enabling designers to reliably and easily produce the parts they want without the inconvenience of file conversion or data corruption.