Hewlett Packard have strong designs on 3D printing the future. Fluxaxis got an exciting insight into future developments in 3D printing at a recent visit to their Barcelona facility. Hewlett Packard's industry leading Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology is set to drive additive manufacturing (AM) forward for end-part production.
At Fluxaxis we are firmly committed to this bright future with Hewlett Packard. As a result, we give you access to their game-changing technology. We are already equipped for end-part production and look forward to the new developments in the pipeline. Our lab includes the only MJF machine available in the UK for bureau work. Our Fortus 900mc and Massivit 1800 are rare too. Coupled with this, we have cutting-edge 3D scanning capabilities.
Additive manufacturing enables mass-customisation and mass-personalisation. It also breaks down the barriers for short series production and gives designers new possibilities for form and function. In addition, it unlocks new ways of designing, such as generative design and biomimicry.
2018 looks like it will be an exciting year with key players like Hewlett Packard developing AM technology at pace. Crucially, the direction of the development will revolutionise the way we design and manufacture products. The stage is set for consumer goods made by AM to hit the market in a big way in the near future too. For example, in the form of sports footwear and apparel from the likes of Adidas and Nike. Automotive manufacturers like Jaguar Land Rover are at the forefront of exploiting the new opportunities as well.