HP is launching the largest research center for 3D printing in the wor
The US printer manufacturer HP has just opened its “3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing Center of Excellence” in Barcelona. Hundreds of experts will be driving forward with Industry 4.0 developments here05 Jul. 2019 Dirk Bongardt
The research center brings together experts from various disciplines, including system technology, data intelligence, software, materials science, design and applications. The center was conceived as an environment for collaboration between mechanical engineers, researchers and developers. In addition to HP’s own experts, customers and partners of the company will be working on research projects, according to the company’s press release .
Additive manufacturing, in which 3D printing plays a crucial role, is a significant development in the “fourth industrial revolution”. Many industrial managers are hoping to make small series of products, even down to a batch size of 1, more cost-effectively in future than has ever been possible before in industrial mass production.
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