HP unveiled its new colour 3D printers in Los Angeles this week at SOLIDWORKS World 2018. This new family of machines adds a colour dimension to HP's game-changing Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology. Offering full colour spectrum prints, the machines give freedom to create vibrant parts for designers. The machines are smaller and lower cost than our production grade HP MJF 4200, therefore making it an ideal tool for design teams and the educational market.
HP's MJF is a versatile, open-platform technology, therefore opening up opportunities for new materials. New functionalities and different scales of production are on the horizon too. The advent of colour 3d printers is just the start of an exciting future of possibilities. The positive impact of additive manufacturing is going to be great. HP have likened it to the next industrial revolution, due to the ground-breaking commercial and innovative benefits it heralds.
Whilst the launch of the colour machines has stolen the limelight, HP simultaneously unveiled collaboration with Dassault Systèmes to optimise its SOLIDWORKS 3D design and engineering application to take advantage of HP's capabilities. This is noteworthy because it comes hot on the heals of HP partnering with Siemens and their rival NX application. These collaborations place HP's MJF technology centre-stage for the industrial use of Additive Manufacturing.
At Fluxaxis we offer you the freedom to realise the benefits of HP's MJF technology. Don't hesitate to get in touch if you are interested in us producing parts for you on our HP MJF 4200 or our other complimentary technologies in our lab, for that matter.