We live in a remarkable time. Advancements in technology are accelerating in just about every industry resulting in a significant resurgence in the manufacturing sector. Not all of those advancements are related to 3D printing; however, 3D printing is expected to continue to grow exponentially, impacting nearly every industry, notably those already utilizing 3D design software.
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- Innovative techniques to minimize cost with Additive Manufacturing
- How HP's Multi-Jet Fusion technology will change the way we make products in the future
- How to begin implementing Additive Manufacturing into your current process
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Any manufacturing process is only as good as the tooling and fixturing used within it. Fabricating these critical components doesn’t have to take weeks, cost hundreds or thousands of dollars, or made in metal. Investing in an industrial 3D printing technology to produce custom manufacturing aids and workholdings for your production line can help you to avoid costly delays and downtime.
The Design and Manufacturing Process
Watch how Autometrix utilized MarkForged 3D Printing technology to 3D print truly functional prototypes.
Greenville, SC, November 20, 2017 TPM, Inc. (www.tpm.com), the Southeast’s leading 2D and 3D design technology provider, announces HP’s release of new materials on the Open 3D Material Platform. Effective immediately, TPM will begin offering benchmark parts printed in these new materials, with shipment of the new materials beginning in 2018.
TPM, Inc. announces new end to end metal 3D printing solution from MarkForged
3D printing is the future of rapid prototyping and small-to-medium-volume manufacturing, as well as on-demand spare parts and fixtures. So what do you do when a part is too large to print in one piece? For rapid prototyping, you can scale it down to a smaller size. For a functional part, however, it is often necessary to split it into two or more parts and then glue them together. The type of split matters on the geometry of the part and the way it will be used. Dovetails, overlaps and tongue and grooves are just some of the more popular techniques used by designers.
Are high running costs keeping you from adopting high-speed 3D printing technology? They shouldn’t stop you anymore!
Since the genesis of the 3D revolution, HP has led the way in the development of newer, better technology, pushing the limits of what’s possible. For HP, pushing the limits is not just about exceeding technical possibility, it’s also about making innovative products easily available at affordable costs.
"As we examined the existing 3D print market, we saw a great deal of potential but also saw major gaps in the combination of speed, quality and cost," said Stephen Nigro, Senior Vice President, Inkjet and Graphic Solutions, HP. "HP Multi Jet Fusion is designed to transform manufacturing across industries by delivering on the full potential of 3D printing with better quality, increased productivity, and break-through economics."
The new wave of manufacturing is all about speed, efficiency, and precision. HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printers are making the future possible now. The HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printer operates at speeds up to ten times faster and at a cost that’s one-half of its closest competitor’s—all while producing a high-quality product designed and crafted with voxel level control.
HP’s corporate partners in this breakthrough technology include solid industry giants such as Nike, BMW, Autodesk, Jabil, Johnson & Johnson, Materialise, Proto Labs, Shapeways, and Siemens.