HP recently announced their new, sub- $100k, 500 Series of 3D printers utilizing their innovative MJF (Multi Jet Fusion) 3D print technology. This is the same technology being used in HP’s revolutionary 4200 production-level 3D printers that were released in 2017.
ou find yourself at that point when either your current plotter is having too many technical issues or, your business is expanding and you need to plan for a printer that can help meet the design team’s project costs and tight schedules.
Just when you think there isn’t a whole lot more that can be done to make wide format printers truly more productive, BAM! – a vertical trimmer emerges. And, it’s standard on the double-roll HP DesignJet Z6 and Z9+. Meaning, it’s not some expensive add-on from a third-party with limited support.
When HP introduced their Jet Fusion color 3D printers, some may have had initial thoughts of “ho-hum, Z Corp already did this years ago.” Right?