https://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/lik2chl2mx?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 Form 3 from Formlabs Building on the success of the Form 2, the Form 3 from formlabs brings even greater detail and speed for engineering teams.
Building on the success of the Jet Fusion 4200, the HP Jet Fusion 500 Series 3D Printer is tailored for small to medium-sized development teams looking for a more compact, office-friendly solution. Designed for in-house prototyping and small scale production, these printers can produce fully functional parts with optimal mechanical properties either in vibrant full color or white depending on the printer model. The 500 Series integrates mixing, loading, printing, and reclaiming material in one machine. Upon preparing your build with HP’s software, HP’s High Reusability Nylon 12 Color Boost thermoplastic powder is automatically dispensed, mixed, and delivered to the [...]
An exclusive interview with Emilio Juarez, HP's EMEA Head of 3D Printing Sales reprinted from 3D Printing Media Network Horizons Optical is not your typical eyewear company. The company doesn’t simply produce glasses, rather, it develops innovative technologies and services for ophthalmic laboratories, optical chains and the optical sector on the whole. One of its most cutting edge projects is the Made4U concept, which utilizes imaging and 3D printing technologies to create fully customized frames. On the manufacturing end of the Made4U project, Horizons Optical has turned to emerging 3D printing leader HP to leverage its Multi Jet Fusion technology. [...]
https://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/icu97j7v81?embedType=iframe&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 HP JET FUSION 500/300 SERIES 3D PRINTERS The HP Jet Fusion 500/300 Series printers are tailored for small to medium-sized development teams looking for a more compact, office-friendly solution. Designed for in-house prototyping and small scale production, these printers can produce fully functional parts with optimal mechanical properties either in vibrant full color or white depending on the printer model.
HP just launched a new line of Jet Fusion 3D printers, the HP 5200 series. HP’s latest machines target volume production, with accuracy and repeatability likened to injection molding. The company also released a new flexible TPU for Jet Fusion, confirmed new industrial alliances, and introduced its Digital Manufacturing Network. This new 5200 series is part of a natural progression at the company. The 500/300 series targeted functional prototyping and the 4200 is aimed at short runs and production. The new 5200 series is HP’s 3D printer for volume production. Volume production, as defined by HP, is production runs in [...]
The HP Jet Fusion 500/300 Series 3D Printers enable the production of functional parts in color, black or white without compromising mechanical properties. These printers are ideal for focused teams who want to work smarter and prototype faster. Watch the video below to discover how the HP Jet Fusion 500/300 Series 3D Printers work. For more information on the HP line of 3D printers, please click the button below. Button Text
Doug Campbell, vice president of SICAM, with his company’s multi-jet fusion machine. Reprint from NJBIZ.com Hillsborough-based SICAM Corp. specializes in 3D printing, prototyping, tooling, and manufacturing. Incorporated in 1990, SICAM has clients in 38 states from a variety of industries: aerospace, automotive, computer, consumer, government, industrial, medical, pharmaceutical and telecommunications. The company also now owns a multi-jet fusion machine that vice president Doug Campbell says will make 3D printing technology a more viable option than previous technologies. Campbell said SICAM is using the machine, which it purchased for $400,000 from HP Inc., to change manufacturing. He predicts the [...]
Today we are going to take a look at a company using 3D printing to manufacture customized orthotic devices. iOrthotics makes custom insoles for podiatrists around the world. Their goal is to create a better, more scalable solution for their clients through digital manufacturing. Traditionally, iOrthotics' method for creating an insole required a mold. This involved casting the patient's foot in plaster. This could be uncomfortable for the patient and would often lead to inaccurate measurements as the casts were taken in a non-weight-bearing position. Once a mold was complete, orthotics were made through traditional methods that required skilled labor [...]