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We are the 3D printing arm of a larger company called Express Group Ltd. Fixing printers since 1988, today we are a Specialist Parts Distributor and Experts in 3D Printing.

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HP reinvented additive manufacturing with the development of Multi Jet Fusion, a new additive manufacturing process that uses plastic powder, light-absorbing ink and infrared heat to fabricate solid parts. Superior print accuracy, quality, and uptime are assured, enabling engineers and design teams to move more smoothly from prototype to end-use using one machine. HP’s 3D printers do all this reliably and intuitively, enabling you to stay ahead with future-ready additive manufacturing capability.

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HP

You probably know HP best for their ink printers, but they are also one of the world’s leading 3D printer manufacturers after bringing their additive manufacturing innovation to market - Multi Jet Fusion (MJF).

 

MJF is a powder-based 3D printing process. 3D printers that utilise it apply a layer of plastic powder over the build area, which is then fused in the pass of an arm using light-absorbing ink and infrared heat. Thanks to this process, no supports are needed because each powder layer supports the part above it.

 

HP’s range of 3D printers enable engineering teams to produce engineering-grade thermoplastic parts with impeccable accuracy, from prototype to end-use. The MJF process also lends itself well to complex geometries.

 

All machines are fully integrated and easy to use, capable of producing virtually isotropic functional parts to any specification with superior uptime. Production fleet management software and centralised job tracking also feature.

 

As a brand, HP is one of the biggest names in 3D printing, so you can be confident of machine quality if you acquire one for your own output. Design and engineering teams are using theirs right now to scale small series production runs and produce high-quality, high-accuracy functional end-use parts and prototypes.

HP


HP

You probably know HP best for their ink printers, but they are also one of the world’s leading 3D printer manufacturers after bringing their additive manufacturing innovation to market - Multi Jet Fusion (MJF).

 

MJF is a powder-based 3D printing process. 3D printers that utilise it apply a layer of plastic powder over the build area, which is then fused in the pass of an arm using light-absorbing ink and infrared heat. Thanks to this process, no supports are needed because each powder layer supports the part above it.

 

HP’s range of 3D printers enable engineering teams to produce engineering-grade thermoplastic parts with impeccable accuracy, from prototype to end-use. The MJF process also lends itself well to complex geometries.

 

All machines are fully integrated and easy to use, capable of producing virtually isotropic functional parts to any specification with superior uptime. Production fleet management software and centralised job tracking also feature.

 

As a brand, HP is one of the biggest names in 3D printing, so you can be confident of machine quality if you acquire one for your own output. Design and engineering teams are using theirs right now to scale small series production runs and produce high-quality, high-accuracy functional end-use parts and prototypes.