ZDNet reports on yet another initiative HP is making within the wonderful world of additive manufacturing. Recently, HP has announced a brand-new 3D printing center to be opened in China.
This will be HP’s largest 3D printing deployment in the Asia Pacific region. This facility, when fully constructed, will focus on production 3D printing. HP launched this initiative along with Guangdong (Dali) 3D Printing Collaborative Innovation Platform.
“The Lanwan Intelligence-HP’s Multi Jet Fusion Technology Mass Manufacturing Center includes 10 HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing systems and is designed to create prototypes and production parts.”
HP says Lanwan Intelligence-HP’s Multi Jet Fusion Technology Mass Manufacturing Center will be operated by Guangdong Lanwan Intelligence Technology. This center will be located in Dali, Forshan, China – an area known for its concentration of manufacturing.
The launch of HP’s new additive manufacturing center in China illustrates the company’s commitment to “building out its reach for its 3D printing unit via partnerships, early implementations, and using technology in its own supply chain.”
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