Cimquest to Sell HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printers

Cimquest will provide HP’s additive offerings in states along the Northeast coast of the U.S.


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Cimquest has announced an agreement with HP to sell and support HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printers in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast territories, encompassing the state of Virginia all the way through Maine.

The 3D-printing solution offers an end-to-end platform for prototyping and production based on HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology. This solution is said to lower the barriers of entry to additive manufacturing by providing faster build speeds and high-quality functional parts. The HP Jet Fusion 3D 4200 machine operates through a multi-agent printing process, offering dimensional accuracy, fine aesthetics and mechanical properties. Operators can print parts in High Reusability PA 12, but many new materials will be available down the line through HP’s Open Materials program, enabling third-party companies to develop unique materials for the company’s 3D printers, providing customers with an ever-growing portfolio of materials for different applications.