HP Advances Metal 3D Printing for Mass Production
September 17, 2018
The HP Metal Jet—a platform that the company says addresses longstanding limitations of metal 3D printing and positions the technology as a cost-effective alternative for low-cost, mass production—is revealed at IMTS.
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