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HP opens new production-grade Guangdong Lanwan 3D printing center in China

The new platform – created in partnership with Guangdong Lanwan 3D Printing Collaborative Innovation Platform in Dali – will exclusively use HP’s multijet fusion technology for a new digital manufacturing center in China, accelerating the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

With 10 HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing systems to meet the growing demand for functional prototypes and production-grade parts, this is HP’s largest deployment of production-grade 3D printing in the Asia Pacific region and Japan, the world’s largest manufacturing market. The above image, showing the digital factory, give us an even clearer glimpse into what the future of manufacturing holds as

“Everything starts with applications – and digital manufacturing innovators are leading the transformation of the $12 trillion manufacturing sector by producing industrial-grade parts across industries on HP Multi Jet Fusion,“ said Stephen Nigro, President of 3D Printing, HP Inc. “We are thrilled that Guangdong (Dali) 3D Printing Collaborative Innovation Platform is deploying HP Multi Jet Fusion technology at factory-scale to drive its business growth and accelerate industry innovation. HP is committed to helping our global digital manufacturing partner community expand and thrive.”

Technologies such as 3D printing are part of an industry-wide digital transformation that many call the Fourth Industrial Revolution. This is ushering in a new era of productivity, innovation and economic opportunities globally that companies such as Guangdong Lanwan Intelligence want to exploit through this new HP Multi Jet Fusion Technology Mass Manufacturing Center.

Guangdong Lanwan Intelligence Technology Co., Ltd. is Infinite 3D Technology Industry Group’s third open application service platform and 3D printing solution provider following its previous Qingdao and Suzhou location. Its core businesses include 3D printing mass manufacturing, 3D printing education and training, and 3D printing industry Internet + platform. The company is committed to promoting the application of 3D printing in the industrial area, providing clients with comprehensive solutions, such as rapid prototyping, mass production of terminal products, and products related R&D and design support.

“The demand for 3D printed production-grade parts will grow exponentially over the next few years as we shift from analog to digital manufacturing.”

Luo Jun, Executive Director of China 3D Printing Technology Industry Alliance and President of Guangdong Lanwan Intelligence Technology

Operated by Guangdong Lanwan Intelligence Technology, the new Center, officially opened Saturday, June 16 in the town of Dali, Foshan, a major manufacturing hub in Guangdong Province. Using HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing systems, the new center will provide production-grade applications at scale for major auto, consumer goods and motorcycle customers in Foshan as well as for other industries in the Greater Bay Area of Southern China.

Senior representatives from the national and local governments, businesses and academia attended the Center’s opening ceremony in Foshan. In addition, HP, Guangdong Lanwan Intelligence Technology and the Institute of Foshan, Nanhai Guangdong Technology University signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote the adoption of 3D printing technology in Southern China.

“The demand for 3D printed production-grade parts will grow exponentially over the next few years as we shift from analog to digital manufacturing,” said Luo Jun, Executive Director of China 3D Printing Technology Industry Alliance and President of Guangdong Lanwan Intelligence Technology. “By deploying HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology in our new digital manufacturing center in China, we can better – and more quickly – deliver cost-effective and production-grade parts to our customers.”

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Victor Anusci

Victor was born in Alexandria, Egypt where he attended school and began working as a professional photographer. He moved to Paris, France, in 1998, where he began working with 3D technologies including photogrammetry and later on 3D scanning and 3D mapping. He developed a passion for 3D printing as a mean to give a physical form to his creations.

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