HP announcement RAPID2016 3D printing conference in Orlando

I listened with high interest of what Steven Nigro and HP were going to present at the Keynote speech on Tuesday at the RAPID 2016 3D printing conference. There was a lot of excitement about the new Prototype to Production solution that they will be manufacturing with up to 10 times the speed of current … Continue reading “HP announcement RAPID2016 3D printing conference in Orlando”

I listened with high interest of what Steven Nigro and HP were going to present at the Keynote speech on Tuesday at the RAPID 2016 3D printing conference.

There was a lot of excitement about the new Prototype to Production solution that they will be manufacturing with up to 10 times the speed of current 3D printers in the marketplace.

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HP Joins Forces with Deloitte to Expand 3D printing Adoption

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HP and Deloitte have struck a partnership deal that will see the consultancy help HP implement its multi jet fusion 3D printing technology in industrial production. The heads of the two companies said at the joint announcement that their partnership will help make 3D printing more widely adopted and push it to the inflection point when it can become a mainstream technology.

The technology will enable users to speed up product design development, boost production of various items, and make supply chains more flexible and production lifecycles optimized. HPs chief executive Dion Weisler noted that the $12-trillionmanufacturing industry is undergoing the most radical transformation in the business world right now and thats in part thanks to 3D printing. The purpose now is to make it the cheaper, better alternative to injection molding.

Deloittes head, Punit Renjen, focused on the growing prominence of customization in every product or service available and the way 3D printing can enable this customization, enhancing producers competitiveness and responding better to customer preferences.

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New HP Inc to Include 3D Printing Business Group

There is a shakeup coming in HPs already shaken-up printing business. According to reports from various news sources, an internal memo from Dion Weisler indicates the upcoming creation of a new 3D printing business group, to be led by current HP senior VP of imaging and printing Steve Nigro.

Weisler, who is currently executive vice president of HPs Printing and Personal Systems group and will serve as president and CEO of HP Inc. post-split, named Nigro as head of the new 3D printing business, while Enrique Lores, who is currently head of the PC business in Europe and the Middle East will take over as head of the new printing group, with additional shuffling in HPs international printing business.

In the memo, posted byRe/code, Weisler states, When we announced our plans to separate, we knew that 3D printing would be a key area of innovation and growth for HP Inc. Our company is positioned perfectly to take advantage of our sophisticated intellectual property and know-how to transform industries and power the next industrial revolution.

HP has been leading up to this move into 3D for the better part of a year. Shortly after the announcement of itsplan to split into two separate companies, HPunveiled its Blended Reality ecosystem, heralding its foray into 3D printing.

It is little surprise that the new HP Inc. will be betting big on 3D. With a shakyQ3 earnings reportin which printing revenue was down 9 percent, much of the focus for HP ahead of the split has been on the future HP Enterprise. With 3D a constant eye-catcher in todays headlines, HP will want to capitalize on the buzz it generates as the Nov. 1 split draws near.

However even the 3D segment has a shadow over it. In Memjets recentpatent infringement lawsuit against HPalleging infringment of Memjets page-wide printing technology, Memjet specifically noted HPs stated intention to use its Pagewide technology in its3D printers.Clearly, one thing we can count on is that HPs 3D printing business will be in the news for a while to come.

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The OEM has scheduled an announcement today in New York, which is rumoured to concern 3D printing.

Forbes reported on HPs announcement, set to take place later today in New York City, which asks those attending to reimagine the possibilities of creativity, with speculation surmising that the OEM will launch its plans for a 3D printer, an announcement that was set to be made in June but which did not come to light… [Read more m]

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A few weeks after Hewlett-Packard (HP)confirmedit was splitting into two companies, the company declared at a press event in New York City today that it is going big into 3D printing and releasing a new product category of immersive computing.

The two are related by the companys newfound interest in marrying the digital and physical worlds, which it is calling blended reality. A new 3D printing technology, which HP bills as Multi Jet Fusion, promises speed (as much as 10x faster than todays 3D printers), quality, and low cost. The company rolled out a large, industrial-grade 3D printer which, it said, is capable of printing some of its own geared parts. The printer will be released in 2016.

In the lab, HP said, are planned advances in color, texture, and elasticity that are not possible in current 3D printing. HP has set some lofty goals for its 3D dreams, saying that 3D technology is nothing less than a tool for a new industrial revolution.

The other major product announcement from HP today is the consumer/prosumer-targetedSprout PC, which the company described as a new product category that is the first in its new line of blended reality offerings.

The Windows 8-based Sprout which, as VentureBeats Kia Kokalitchevahas reported, almost didnt happen combines a 23-inch touch-screen HD display, a touch-recognizing capacitive mat, a PC, and an overhead projector/3-D camera-scanner system. Downward projections can be modified by hand motions or a stylus, providing input to the computer. Any real object can be placed on the surface to be scanned and turned into a model, thus bringing 3D into personal computing.

The PC contains an Intel i7 processor and a terabyte of storage, and the camera inventory includes a HP high-res camera with up to 4.6 megapixels, the Intel RealSense 3D Camera, and a 720p webcam. The company describes the display-plus-touchable-mat as a two screen setup. Pre-orders begin today, and Sprout will be available in selected stores in the U.S. beginning November 9.

Applications, the company said, could include new kinds of collaboration between remote participants, but mostly it emphasized that the setup introduces the use of hands into personal computing. Also being released is Sprout Workspace, where 3D models can be worked on and 2D and 3D can work side-by-side, among other things.

Sprouts 3D capabilities boost the 3D ecosystem that HP is trying to build. That ecosystem so far includes an upcoming SDK for Sprout Workspace, a Sprout Marketplace for applications, and an Open Platform status for the new 3D printers so that outside developers can expand the capabilities. The Marketplace will feature several apps designed for this particular dual-screen environment, including Martha Stewart CraftStudio, DreamWorks Animation Story Producer, Crayolas Draw & Sing, GestureWorks Gameplay, and HPs Create, Collaborate, and Capture.

But the obvious missing piece for the $1900 Sprout is a consumer- or prosumer-level 3D printer. Steve Nigro, HP SVP for printing, suggested to VentureBeat that service bureaus likeShapeways which might of course use the new HP industrial-level printer can serve that function.

Siemens HP Partner on 3D Printing

While 3D printing can accelerate the prototyping and manufacturing process, designing parts so that they are optimized for 3D printing is a skill that most engineers are still developingand the same goes for many design software packages.

Siemens and HP hope to bridge that gap through the release of an HP-certified additive manufacturing software module from Siemens. The newSiemens NX AM for HP Multi Jet Fusionproduct is an extension of Siemens existing additive manufacturing solutions.

According to the company, the NX module will allow customers to develop and manage parts in a single software environment for their HP 3D printing projects.

The two companies are also aligning their technology roadmaps so that engineers using Siemens software can optimize designs for HPs 3D printers and take advantage of the more complex designs that can be enabled by the technology.

Customers can combine design, optimization, simulation, print job prep and inspection for the HP Multi Jet Fusion printers, as well as load multiple 3D part models into NX, auto nest and submit them to the printer in a single environment. The solution also eliminates the need for data conversion, and will eventually provide user control over material characteristics down to the voxel-level.

Siemens introduced the Additive Manufacturing with NX platform last year. The solution combines CAD modeling with structural and topology optimization capabilities, and was designed for use with powder bed, jet fusion, FDM, and hybrid additive machine tools. In addition to HP, Siemens has also partnered with Stratasys, TRUMPF, EOS and Materialise.

At Siemens, we see additive manufacturing as a transformative digital force that is empowering companies to reimagine their products and factories to achieve new levels of business performance, said Zvi Feuer, senior vice president of Manufacturing Engineering Software, Siemens PLM Software. Deepening our partnership with HP and driving their innovative 3D printing technology is especially important as companies look to increase speed to market, differentiate on product performance, simplify production and supply chain operations, and implement new business models. As products become more complex and individualized, we look forward to the next frontier of 3D printed parts with multiple materials, tunable mechanical properties and integrated electronics.

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HP to Sell 3D Printers in India Starting Early Next Year

HP announces that it will start selling its Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing technology in India by early next year.

Ever since the global PC and printer pioneerHP entered the 3D printing scene back in 2016, the company has been working to corner the commercial and industrial market. Starting off with the Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) 3D printing technology, HP has spent the better part of this year expanding its reach across the global market.

This week, HP announced that it would begin selling its 3D printers in India by early next year. The announcement marks another major step for the companys 3D printing division.

Back in September, HP showcased its potential for growth in the Asia Pacific and Japan market, appointing Metro Systems as the first official reseller in Thailand. The global tech giant clearly sees India as the next step in its 3D printing conquest.

In addition to India, the commercial availability of the HP Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solution has now spread to Australia, Greater China, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.

Although the state of additive manufacturing is still nascent in India, the industry is slowly gaining prominence throughout the country.

Starting in the first quarter of 2016, HP plans to offer its 3D printing system in India. Target customers will include the automotive and medical industries

We will bring our 3D printers in next 2-3 months to India as part of our commitment to contribute to the India growth journey, said Sumeer Chandra, Managing Director, HP Inc India. Initially, the focus will be on sectors like automobile and health care in India but the opportunities are immense.

According to Chandra, HP India plans to invest more in the countrys growing manufacturing sector. The company already has a foothold in Indias PC market, and will aim to accomplish the same with its 3D printing technology.

Aside from the groundbreaking Multi Jet Fusion technology,HP has also teased a metal 3D printing platform that will come out sometime next year.

By expanding both its global reach and technological capabilities, HPs 3D printing sector is poised to have a massive 2018. Not only will the company grow from a business standpoint, it could also play a pivotal role in Indias imminent industrial revolution.

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HP Will Enter the 3D Printing Industry in Force on October 29

Corporations make announcements all the time, but when one such announcement is about another announcement that will come later, you know that youre supposed to pay attention. Especially if that company is a world-leader in at least one field, like HP is here.

Not that computers are the area that the announcement is supposed to be about. Instead, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise has said that the group is ready to extend into new markets.

HP recently made the decision to split into two companies. Hewlett-Packard Enterprise would continue to be led by Meg Whitman, and the second would be known as HP Inc. and would look for new pastures while being led by Dion Weisler.

Its not totally clear what markets each half of the company will focus on, but since this is just a refinement of the plan that Leo Apotheker was fired over, we can make a guess.

HP Inc. will likely stick to the enterprise sector, while Hewlett-Packard Enterprise will keep the PC segment and see what other areas it can expand in, since PCs have been losing traction lately.

Back in early 2014, CEO Meg Whitman said that the company was preparing to make a big technology announcement about 3D printing technology.

However, while the announcement was supposed to happen in June, later plans changed the date to October. Now that were half-way past October, its about time that announcement happened.

In truth, it was assumed that plans had changed again and that no big reveal would happen this month after all. Now that the company is splitting, however, were pretty sure its going down.

Dion Weisler, the new CEO of HP Inc.,has stated recentlythat the corporation will try to innovate in traditional markets while reaching into new ones.

The press release itself will happen in New York City on October 29, which is next Wednesday. There will actually be two events, one at 9:00AM 12PM, and the second from 6:00PM 9:00PM. No clues exist for the specific topics of either of them.

HP Inc. could go against what the former HP company had in mind and not join 3D printing industry after all, but we doubt it. Still, some rumors have been saying that HP wont be joining the market yet, and we have to say that odds arent very high that an entrance now would be enough to get something major done by Christmas or CES 2015 (January).

Unless HP has been secretly preparing a 3D printer and/or printing service, in which case well be watching closely.

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HPs New Sprout 3D Capture Platform

Today, HP has some exciting new announcements for those interested in 3D scanning using their Sprout platform.

The Sprout by HPis a ground-breaking piece of computing hardware that incorporates a touch screen, all in one desktop computer with a projector, capture surface, an Intel RealSense 3D camera, and a 14 megapixel traditional camera. These features allow users to capture real-world content and then interact with it digitally in a way that was never possible before.

Now, HP is taking the scanning features to the next level. The previous scanner was capable of taking 2.5D scans of objects by using its projector and camera arrays to capture the object using structured light scanning. The problem with this method is that the capture was only taken from one overhead angle.

Coming this July, Sprout owners will be able to purchase the new Sprout 3D Capture Stage. This device will automatically rotate the object being scanned a full 360, capturing the object from many angles, and giving a far more complete and detailed scan.

Of course, hardware is nothing without accompanying software to tie it all together. HP will be releasing their new 3D scanning software as a free upgrade to all current and future Sprout owners in July as well. This software, while necessary for the 3D Capture Stage, will also allow users who are not ready to purchase the hardware to create better scans. The new software will allow users to manually move an object into different positions where it will be scanned, and those scans will then be stitched together to create the final, more complete scan. With the 3D Capture Stage, this will be a very powerful process that no other consumer-level 3D scanner currently on the market allows.

The new 3D Capture Stage will retail for $299 when it becomes available in a few months. While combining this with the price of the Sprout doesnt make for the cheapest 3D scanner on the market, the combination of projected structured light, automated scanning, and multi-scan stitching might make it the best scanner on the market.

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HPs New 3D Printing Process

Finally, after literally years of speculation and rumor, HP took to a stage today and announced something about 3D printing.

There were two announcements, one of a new 3D printing process and the other regarding a 3D content creation tool. Well talk about the 3D printing process here and the tool in a subsequent post. But note – HP provided only a brief peek the 3D printing technology.

HPs announcement began with statements confirming they intend to solve the three core problems with 3D printing today: speed, cost and quality. They say, correctly, that its difficult to get all three in a single print. So how do they intend to solve this dilemma?

Their new 3D printing process is called Multijet Fusion and appears to be based on their super-fast printing technology, as we expected. This tech was originally developed for very high speed 2D paper printing, and involves coordinated dropping of zillions of microscopic ink drops. Theyve apparently adapted this process for 3D printing and call the new process Multi Jet Fusion. Yes, its been patented.

The process is powder-based, but uses the fast printing tech, now contained in a print bar that includes 30,000 microscopic print nozzles, capable of dropping a mind-numbing 350,000,000 drops per SECOND. These drops are 21 microns (0.021mm) in size. That creates an ability for high resolution prints. HP says this beats laser-based 3D printing, saying lasers shine 200-400 micron sized beams. However, they did not point out that Stratasys Connex technology can print at 16 microns.

The print speed is rapid. A short video showed how the initial printer operates, sliding a layer of material in one direction, then running the print bar over the newly-laid material in a perpendicular direction. It was not clear if this video was actual speed, but if it was, it appeared to take only a second or two per printed layer.

HP did not say much about the material used in the new printer, but indicated they were working on a variety of substances to provide full color capabilities, elasticity and textures. They also pledged to work with third parties to develop new and unique offerings.

HP didnt specify any statistics, but they demonstrated the strength of a printed part by hoisting an automobile (apparently belonging to one of their staff) aloft with a crane, held up only by a single 3D printed link. The car survived.

The as-yet unnamed prototype machine was shown (in image above) and it was clearly targeted at manufacturing users – not consumers. HP hinted this machine could be used for producing production parts at volume, but this remains to be proven.

HP had little more to say about their 3D printing technology and were left with a number of questions:

How are prints finished? Do you require special equipment, post-printing infusions, or curing?

How safe is the fine powder material? Will we require air-sealed environments to use the new process?

When will this technology be available? (Rumors are 2016, with testing for some users in 2015)

How much does the machine cost? (Rumors indicate something in the $150-200K range, but no official word from HP)

Finally, what is the name of the machine?

Our position is that the new process looks incredibly promising and could potentially solve the three problems. HP is a very large enterprise with significant ability to follow through on this project, but we need to see more details on Multi Jet Fusion to answer questions of practicality. Those answers will come, but apparently not today.

Kerry Stevenson, aka General Fabb has been writing Fabbaloo posts since he launched the venture in 2007, with an intention to promote and grow the incredible technology of 3D printing across the world. So far, it seems to be working!

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