HP Announces Wide Availability of Metal-Part-Printing ServiceApril 4, 2019
HP Inc., at AMUG 2019, announced the wide availability of its Metal Jet Production Service for final-parts production. The company’s digital-manufacturing portfolio includes the HP Metal Jet for high-volume manufacturing of production-grade metal parts, providing higher production speeds than other methods, according to company officials.
Users, via the service, now can upload 3D design files and receive functional metal parts in large quantities. The parts are produced by HP partners GKN Powder Metallurgy and Parmatech. These efforts were detailed in an AMUG presentation, led by Tim Weber, global head of HP’s Metal Jet business.
The company also presented at AMUG on its work with AM-supply-chain enabler and part provider Fast Radius. This presentation highlighted the company’s nonmetal Multi Jet Fusion technology.
“More than 10 million parts were produced on HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology in the last year,” says Christoph Schell, HP’s president of 3D printing and digital manufacturing, noting that the company continues to expand its metals and plastics portfolio across both prototyping and production, and build out its community of global partners.
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