Industrial 3D printer adopters have revealed how HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology is helping them cost-effectively scale plastic part production.
With the firm’s industrial 3D printers, the Jet Fusion 5200 and Jet Fusion 5420W, it’s now possible for users to manufacture end parts with high-reusability plastics, while optimizing cost and productivity. HP says these industrial 3D printing systems drive efficiency ‘per cubic inch,’ due to the labor and material cost savings gained from their high productivity and automation, as well as predictability, and their materials’ reusability.
Since launch, adopters ranging from robotics and machinery part producers to 3D printing service providers, like DI Labs, Prototal Industries, and Weerg, have each revealed how these manufacturing-ready industrial 3D printers are allowing them to meet their varying production needs.
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