3DGBIRE is pleased to announce that as of today (November 1), it will distribute HP’s Multi Jet Fusion 5200 3D printing solutions across the UK and Ireland, expanding its portfolio of high-performance 3D printing systems for industrial applications.
3DGBIRE aims to provide a 360-degree service – not only does it supply the most innovative 3DGBIRE-certified additive manufacturing equipment, but it also offers personalised consultations, training, technical support and even a print bureau service to enable you and your business to get the most from these revolutionary technologies.
Commenting on the new partnership, General Manager at 3DGBIRE Daniel Abram said: “HP Multi Jet Fusion technology offers new customers different techniques in producing models. It is great for any industrial application due to its capability to materials. We can now help our customers achieve higher quality industrial parts.”
HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology can unlock new possibilities that complement CNC, injection moulding, as well as advanced additive manufacturing and powder-based technologies. Unlike other 3D printing technologies, HP MJF technology prints each layer of new material and agents on top of a previous layer that is still molten – so that both layers fuse completely – delivering strong, quality, detailed, and functional 3D printed parts.
The MJF print bed fusion technology allows for the production of accurate, functional prototypes and final parts. In addition, HP MJF is a technology that does not require support structures.
3DGBIRE is delighted to add these HP 3D printing solutions to an ever-expanding portfolio of groundbreaking 3D printing technologies. The ultimate goal is to provide customers with every possible solution to their additive manufacturing requirements and this new relationship diversifies the 3DGBIRE product range further than ever before, allowing customers new and exciting 3D capabilities and results, which were previously unattainable.
HP is moving full speed ahead with its 3D printing strategy. Since its first foray into additive manufacturing in 2016, the company has launched multiple polymer 3D printing solutions and, more recently, introduced HP Metal Jet 3D printing solution.
Visit www.3dgbire.com or use the contact details below to learn more about HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology.