HP Inc., Palo Alto, Calif., last week announced an expansion of its 3D printing business. Steps included expanding a partnership with BASF to bring out polypropylene (PP) as a material for additive manufacturing and boosting professional services to consult with customers about 3D printing.
Jon Wayne, head of Global Commercial Business, HP 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing, talked to SME Media by email about the state of HP’s additive manufacturing business. In the interview, Wayne discusses how HP’s 3D printing business has evolved. He also talks about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has highlighted the importance of 3D printing.
SME Media: What were your major adjustments after beginning your 3D printing push?
WAYNE: HP entered the market in 2016, and those four years and counting have brought incredible progress – more than 50 million parts have been 3D printed on HP’s Multi Jet Fusion platform. One of the biggest advancements, […]
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