Materialise company is back with a great news for technology lovers. We have been following Materialise for software updates and expansions since a long time. They have now news for Jet Fusion 3D fusion. The Belgium based company will now make the best use of HP technology for their 3D printing facility in Belgium. Company disclosed this at formnext when company was announcing other achievements and innovations at the Frankfurt show in booth F28 in Hall 3.1.
We were having eyes on Multi Jet fusion 3D printer. Similarly, Materialise was keeping an eye over this. It is not hidden from any of us that Materialise want to become the leader for this machine in terms of versatility and power.
They have already been praised for their stellar facility. This will allow them to offer their customers special access to the latest 3D printer manufacturing and the new software that comes bundled along with it.
“Our initial work with HP focused on developing a Build Processor that connects HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology to our software backbone for 3D Printing,” says Fried Vancraen, CEO of Materialise.
Vancraen added that since HP Build Processor Beta is authorized, they can start working for providing premium technology to their customers. They want to make sure that users of Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite has uninterrupted access to this technology. He also said that the upcoming installation would be very essential for them. It would be very significant for them because of their customers and service. For your information, there will be an installation on HP’s Jet Fusion 3D 4200 Printer.
“3D printing is quickly evolving from prototyping into full-scale manufacturing, and HP is committed to working with industry leaders like Materialise to make the process faster and less expensive,” says Stephen Nigro, HP’s 3D printing business president. He adds that further development and innovation in this field will further push the limits of possibility in 3D printing world. This pushing of limits can be done by software and hardware companies involved in 3D printing. He also said that HP was looking for the optimum solutions from Materialise that could create 3D printing the best option in automotive, health care and customer goods’ markets.
This partnership between software development company and 3D printer manufacturing company HP is getting stronger day by day. This is indeed a good sign for 3D printing future.