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3D printing startup secures partnership with HP shortly after launching

The founders of a new additive manufacturing startup in West Michigan are leveraging a partnership with multinational I.T. firm HP Inc. to innovate in the 3D printing space. 

Meanwhile, organizations across Michigan are working to make manufacturers more comfortable with additive processes.

Troy-based Automation Alley recently released an additive manufacturing playbook on how manufacturers can incorporate those systems into traditional processes.

“At Automation Alley, we believe it is imperative for manufacturers to integrate 3D printer applications into their manufacturing process to stay competitive in the Industry 4.0 future,” Tom Kelly, executive director and CEO of Automation Alley, said in a statement.

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