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Bojä3D becomes first provider of HP Jet Fusion 3D printing technology in Mexico

HP Inc. has expanded its reach further into the North American market with the commercial availability of its Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solutions in Mexico. As part of the expansion, the Palo Alto 3D printer company has announced that digital manufacturing service provider Bojä3D has officially become its first Mexican customer.

Since the launch of its Jet Fusion 3D printing platform in 2016, print specialist HP has had a big impact on the polymer 3D printing market. Currently, the company claims to have the most shipments of plastic production 3D printers in the world. Now, it is aiming to make inroads in the Latin American market.

“We are excited to bring the industry’s leading 3D printing technology, most robust partner community, and most innovative materials ecosystem to help drive the digital reinvention of this key Latin American manufacturing market,” said Marcos Razon, Vice President and General Manager of HP Latin America. “With HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology now available in the U.S., Europe, Asia-Pacific and Latin America, we are changing the way the world designs and manufactures around the world.”

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Bojä3D, a Mexican 3D printing service specializing in industrial engineering applications, will be the first company in Mexico to adopt HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology. Starting now, Bojä3D clients can order production-ready parts made using the Jet Fusion 4200 3D printing solution. The 3D printer model, which starts at around $200,000, boasts a print speed 10 times faster and 50% cheaper than competing 3D printing systems.

The announcement marks Bojä3D’s addition to a slew of 3D service bureaus and product design companies that offer HP’s Jet Fusion printing platform. Other notable firms include California-based Fathom, Materialise, Shapeways, Go Proto, Forecast, and more.

Victor Anaya, partner and operations manager at Bojä3D, commented on the news, saying: “We’re making Multi Jet Fusion the foundational 3D printing technology for our business because of its transformational quality, speed and cost efficiency as well as the ability to prototype and produce functional parts on the same platform. With demand for advanced 3D printing technology growing from our customers across a broad spectrum of industries, we are excited to help them digitally reinvent their businesses as Mexico’s first provider of HP Jet Fusion solutions.”

Earlier this year, HP set its sights on increasing accessibility with the release of the Jet Fusion 300 & 500 models, two full-color 3D printers with price points starting at around $50,000.

Tess Boissonneault

Tess Boissonneault is a Montreal-based content writer and editor with five years of experience covering the additive manufacturing world. She has a particular interest in amplifying the voices of women working within the industry and is an avid follower of the ever-evolving AM sector. Tess holds a master's degree in Media Studies from the University of Amsterdam.

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