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HP Leads Digital Manufacturing Forward

HP Inc. unveiled a number of developments and alliances that will speed up the journey toward digital manufacturing for its clients. With the new Jet Fusion 5200 Series 3D printing solution, HP is extending its market-leading 3D printing portfolio. This industrial 3D printing system offers customers scaling to full production new levels of manufacturing predictability, efficiency, repeatability, and quality. In order to better support customers who are digitally transforming their manufacturing, HP is also strengthening its strategic partnerships with industry giants BASF, Materialize, and Siemens. Additionally, it is introducing the HP Digital Manufacturing Network, a new global network of reputable companies that offer large-scale 3D printed parts.

One of the most profound forces of our time is the Fourth Industrial Revolution. According to Christoph Schell, President of 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing at HP Inc., new technological advancements will be necessary, new cooperation models will develop, and new business practices will take shape. Through the provision of the most cutting-edge solution portfolio and a wide-ranging ecosystem of leading industry partners, HP is dedicated to assisting customers with a variety of manufacturing needs in converting change into opportunity. Our journey toward digital manufacturing has been significantly accelerated by the addition of the new Jet Fusion 5200 Series 3D printing system to our portfolio, as well as by our new Digital Manufacturing network, expanded industrial alliances, and other initiatives.

HP Jet Fusion 5200 Series 3D Printing Solution: Breakthrough Economics, Productivity, and Applications

With the new HP Jet Fusion 5200 Series 3D printing solution, companies can scale their 3D production and pursue business growth by combining new systems, data intelligence, software, services, and materials advances. Leveraging these developments, the new solution delivers best-in-class economics and productivity for production environments, increases flexibility, improves uptime, streamlines workflows, and simplifies fleet management for factory production settings. It also expands manufacturing predictability with high-quality and optimal yield of parts at industrial levels of efficiency, accuracy, and repeatability. The HP 3D Process Control, HP 3D Center, and HP 3D Parts Assessment software offerings and service, among other new data intelligence, software, and services capabilities, enable customers to reach new levels of operational efficiency and repeatability and identify and optimize the production of new 3D applications.

To broaden the range of final-parts applications for customers using the new Jet Fusion 5200 Series equipment, HP also released a new approved thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), ULTRASINTTM created by BASF. In addition to HP High Reusability[i] PA-12, PA-12 Glass Beads, and PA-11 materials, more are on the way, the new TPU is perfect for flexible and elastic parts.

The new Jet Fusion 5200 Series 3D printing solution is being investigated by a wide range of businesses, including Avid Product Development, BASF, Jaguar Land Rover, Kupol, Materialise, Sculpteo, Prodartis, and Vestas, in the automotive, industrial, consumer goods, and manufacturing sectors.

To offer exceptional client experiences, Jaguar Land Rover is committed to using cutting-edge technology and innovation. According to Ben Wilson, Additive Manufacturing Manager at Jaguar Land Rover, the transition to an autonomous, connected, electric, and shared future as well as the trip to Industry 4.0 are crucial to our future strategy. Our collaboration with HP has advanced our understanding of and internal capacity for 3D printing, which has been a crucial step toward producing high-quality components to serve both our current and aftermarket customers. We will better understand opportunities to open up new application areas as a result of the continuation of this collaboration through the early use of the new HP Jet Fusion 5200 3D printing platform, which will also support research to improve the productivity, efficiency, and reliability of the technology.

According to Jeremy D. Haight, Senior Principal Engineer of Emerging Technologies, Vestas VBIC, "Vestas is looking to innovators like HP to assist us speed innovative product development for a more sustainable future. New 3D printing materials and technological advances "are a huge step toward opening up new design possibilities, optimizing our manufacturing, and enhancing environmental sustainability.

HP Deepens Industrial Alliances to Drive the Future of Digital Manufacturing

In order to deliver an end-to-end additive manufacturing solution integrating HP's 3D printing and data intelligence platform, including the new HP Jet Fusion 5200 Series 3D solution, with Siemens' Digital Enterprise software portfolio, HP and Siemens, a leader in automation and digitalization, are expanding their alliance. In order to increase the market, assist customers in developing original product designs, hasten the delivery of high-quality 3D parts to clients, and establish digital production environments that fully utilize additive manufacturing, HP and Siemens have joined forces.

We are eager to expand our partnership with HP. The digital transformation of businesses across industries depends on cutting-edge collaborations and technology like additive manufacturing. According to Klaus Helmrich, CEO of Siemens Digital Industries and a member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG, "Siemens and HP are looking to the future and are combining the best from both companies in a complete, industry-specific solution that will accelerate the adoption of industrial additive manufacturing and help our customers to increase flexibility, efficiency, and speed of digital manufacturing."

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