3D printing
for manufacturing
is the new norm

3D printing is revolutionising modern manufacturing

The modern manufacturing industry is constantly adapting towards the promises of Industry 4.0. While 3D printing is at the forefront of manufacturing adaptations, it is also constantly evolving with faster, better and more cost-efficient 3D printing technologies. With all the recent advancements and changes it can be challenging to keep track of the best solutions for manufacturers in the industry. We collected the best 3D printers you should consider if you are looking for additive manufacturing solutions in the manufacturing industry.





HP is setting the benchmark for 3D printing in the manufacturing trade

Backed by their history and long-term expertise in regular printing techniques, Californian based Hewlett Packard (HP) has recently started to set the industry standards in additive manufacturing as well. Frankly, the introduction of HP’s Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology has revolutionised the possibilities for 3D printing in the industry with fast building times, industry leading efficiency and the world’s first possibility to print in full colour.

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The best 3D printers for manufacturing

The possibilities and versatility are the reasons HP 3D printing machines claim the pole position for the manufacturing industry. With HP 3D printers you can stay ahead of the competition with a future-ready technology that offers solutions for every challenge to come. Being the number one in 3D printing for manufacturing purposes is a hardly contested spot but HP is here to stay.


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