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HP adds UK-based GoPrint3D to reseller network for Jet Fusion 3D printers

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GoPrint3D, a UK-based supplier of 3D printing technologies, is the newest addition to HP’s UK channel partner program and will begin supplying HP’s Jet Fusion 3D printing systems to its network of customers.

GoPrint3D’s recent agreement with HP is not without precedent: the 3D printing supplier’s parent company, Express Group Ltd has been a partner of HP for 20 years, providing servicing and repair work, spare parts and services for the printing giant.

GoPrint3D HP reseller

“The addition of HP 3D printers to our product portfolio is fantastic news for our customers,” said James Blackburn, Sales Director at GoPrint3D. “The level of control that HP Multi Jet Fusion technology offers means that our customers can benefit from greater design freedom as well as higher quality, faster parts production. We’re incredibly excited to be part of the HP 3D channel partner programme in the UK, and to bring such a trusted brand into our offering.”

According to GoPrint3D, its partnership with HP reflects its focus on eco-friendly products, as the company’s 3D printing platform is designed to minimize material waste through the reuse of powder from the print bed. Up to 80% of the the unused material from HP’s 3D printers can be reportedly be reused for future printing projects.

“The HP Jet Fusion 500/300 Series 3D printers are incredible machines, capable of 3D printing in full colour or mono,” GoPrint3D adds. “And by full colour, we mean it—the HP Jet Fusion 580 uses two perpendicular carriages to transform powdered plastic into solid parts. Thanks to voxel control, engineers can control the physical properties of each print at any point to enhance strength, appearance, and feature detail.

GoPrint3D also supplies 3D printing equipment from companies such as Formlabs, Ultimaker, Zortrax, Markforged, Admatec, 3DGence, Builder and others.

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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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