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Matsuura UK to Distribute HP MultiJet Fusion 3D Printers

Matsuura Machinery Ltd is now an authorized reseller of the HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions, creating a new addition to their additive manufacturing division and this ever-growing market.

HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printer is designed for prototyping, short-run and full production manufacturing needs, with high productivity to meet same-day demands. Offering superior, consistent part-quality, reliability and speed, HP Multi Jet Fusion technology is reinventing prototyping and final parts manufacturing.

“The partnership with HP Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions perfectly complements our existing additive range, giving customers even greater choice to be part of this new era in manufacturing. Our experience and knowledge in the additive manufacturing sector spans many years, so customers looking to explore this market can expect to receive high levels of support from our additive team. The HP Jet Fusion 3D printing solution enables 3D printing to become a viable alternative to traditional production methods.”

Roger Howkins, Managing Director at Matsuura Machinery Ltd.

As with Matsuura UK’s subtractive ranges of high quality CNC machine tools, our Additive Manufacturing products and our customers will be fully supported long term by our specialised AM Applications Engineers and Service Technicians.

Providing optimal output quality and high reusability, HP 3D printing materials are available in thermoplastics and polymer as part of the HP Multi Jet Fusion Open Platform, which encourages the availability of new materials to address a broader set of applications, lowering materials costs, driving performance improvements and creating new possibilities for part properties that address specific industry needs.

In the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing Zone at MACH 2018, Stand H6-762, Matsuura’s stand will feature sample parts from both the HP Jet Fusion 3D printer, and Matsuura’s LUMEX hybrid 3D metal printing and CNC milling machine.

Source: Matsuura.co.uk via TCT magazine

 

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