Increasing its 3D printing portfolio in India, HP on Thursday introduced the trade’s first 3D printer to the nation that may allow small and medium companies (SMBs) and start-ups produce low-cost useful elements in full color, black or white.
HP Jet Fusion 540 (monochrome) and 580 (color) 3D printers shall be out there for Rs. 1 crore and Rs. 1.5 crore, respectively. Now out there for order, the HP Jet Fusion 500 sequence will start transport from April.
“HP is dedicated to reworking Asia’s $6 trillion (roughly Rs. four,30,00,00zero crores) manufacturing trade.
“We’re making essentially the most superior 3D printing know-how accessible to the widest attainable viewers with low-cost, full-colour 3D platform that may produce useful elements — irrespective of your trade or design complexity,” defined Rob Mesaros, Head, 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing, HP Asia-Pacific and Japan.
The brand new sequence enhances HP’s present industrial-grade “Jet Fusion 4200/4210 3D” options which ship the bottom price per half and are designed for manufacturing environments.
“With our cutting-edge know-how, designers and engineers can reimagine merchandise, leverage new supplies, escape the restrictions of conventional manufacturing and produce new merchandise rapidly and effectively”, stated Sumeer Chandra, Managing Director, HP India.
The brand new sequence additionally helps three main international color file codecs, enabling the designers to reliably produce elements they need with out the inconvenience of file conversion or knowledge corruption.
“We’re offering customers the power to prototype and produce new designs and purposes on the identical platform and keep forward with a future-ready know-how for voxel management past color,” added Chandra.
HP Jet Fusion 340/380 sequence is for patrons who generally print fewer elements per construct whereas HP Jet Fusion 500 sequence is for these with heavier manufacturing calls for, stated the corporate.
In a bid to take the economic manufacturing in India to a brand new degree, HP final yr introduced its “Multi Jet Fusion” 3D printing resolution to India, ranging from Rs. 2.5 crore.
Manufacturing in India at the moment constitutes 18 % of the GDP and the federal government is making an attempt to push that in direction of 25 %.