HP is expanding their Multi Jet Fusion 3D printers with the new HP Jet Fusion 5400 Series. The first 3D printer to hit the streets is the Jet Fusion 5420W Solution. The new solution enables consistent, high-quality production of white parts. 3D printing with industrial-grade reliability The new HP 3D printer has a 380 x 284 x 380 millimeter build volume, and a 3380.84 cm3 per hour print speed. It is a system system designed for manufacturing. The 5420W features industrial-grade reliability, low cost per print and enhanced part performance predictability. It is an ideal solution for the automotive, consumer goods, healthcare,

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The number of 3D print materials has grown extensively the past decade. There is now a multitude of various industrial-grade materials to choose from. Several of these are developed for additive manufacturing, but also for prototyping and testing. Here are the most popular 3D print materials explained for you. PLA mostly used for 3D printed prototypes PLA, short for Polylactic Acid, is a staple in the 3D print materials world and one of the most widely used materials. The material is derived from corn and sugarcane and is thus biodegradable. PLA as a 3D printing material is usually filament based,

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