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HP’s Asia Pacific 3D growth

HP’s Asia Pacific 3D growth

July 25, 2018

The OEM has welcomed a plethora of new partners and customers across Asia Pacific and Japan, as it celebrates the growing adoption of its 3D printing solutions.

At a regional enterprise customer event in Singapore, HP was joined by new “industry-leading” customers, an expanding reseller community and new breakthrough applications.

The region, which is primed for digital transformation, represents nearly half of the $12 trillion (€10.2 trillion) global manufacturing industry. HP’s vision for 3D printing in the region is to “empower companies to accelerate their time to market and compete more effectively in this fast-growing market.”

 “HP’s Jet Fusion 3D Printing solution is a production-ready commercial 3D printing system that delivers superior-quality physical parts up to 10 times faster and at half the cost of current 3D print systems,” said Richard Bailey, President, HP Inc. Asia Pacific and Japan. “We are committed to democratising 3D design and manufacturing, unleashing new possibilities for millions of innovators around APJ. No matter the industry or the design complexity – the HP Jet Fusion series gives the freedom to create new parts without the constraints of traditional production methods.”

Strategic partners to have adopted HP’s 3D printing solution include DKSH, the leading Market Expansion Services provider for technology companies in Asia, which will provide HP Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solutions to customers in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand, increasing the availability of the technology across Southeast Asia.

Similarly, SOLIZE Products has launched a consulting service for the production and management of spare parts for the automotive and consumer electronics markets. The 3D-printed prototyping service provider and reseller of 3D printers is deploying HP Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solutions to produce final commercial parts, reducing the cost and burden on product manufacturers to manage and maintain moulds and dyes needed for product repairs and parts replacements.

Jabil, one of the largest product solutions companies in the world, is also partnering with the OEM, using its Jabil Additive Manufacturing Network to accelerate the distributed manufacturing of products developed using HP Multi Jet Fusion technology, among them parts for HP’s own 3D printers. Jabil has added six production-ready HP Jet Fusion 4210 3D printers in Singapore to unite product designers in Silicon Valley with Singapore-based manufacturing teams.

Imaginarium, another certified HP 3D printing reseller partner, brings expertise and knowledge of HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology to customers deploying the solutions, as well as value added services such as the enablement of new applications and industry-leading response time and service quality. HP is planning to set up service bureaus with Imaginarium where 3D printing can be provided as a service, which will make it easier for designers to test their prototypes, thereby increasing the pace of product innovation, accelerating product development and opening up opportunities for mass customisation. 

HP also recently became the official technology supplier for Australia’s Triple Eight Race Engineering – the team behind the Red Bull Holden Racing Team and Autobarn Lowndes Racing. HP will enhance the team’s capabilities through the industry’s leading PC hardware, monitors and data transfer capabilities across each of their three Supercars Championship entries.  In addition, the collaboration will revolutionise Triple Eight Race Engineering’s 3D printing capabilities, enabling car components to be engineered and printed in-house.

Brisbane-based iOrthotics, the first orthotics manufacturer in the world to have completely transitioned from polypropylene milling to 3D additive manufacturing, is also linking up with the OEM, which declared that “iOrthotics’ extensive research with the University of Queensland helped determine that HP 3D printing would assist them in developing products that are superior in quality, faster, and produced with almost zero waste.”

Mutoh Industries: The Japanese large format printer manufacturer Mutoh Industries is also using HP 3D printing technology, to develop pen holders for their large format printers, whilst Kinboshi Inc, a maker of security and environment products for the police, security and building maintenance companies and geriatric facilities used the HP 3D  printing solution to develop a built-in cooling system in the uniforms of security guards to prevent heat strokes.

Categories : Around the Industry

Tags : 3D printing Asia-Pacific HP Japan OEM

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