10/24/2017 | 1 MINUTE READ

HP Expands 3D Printing Presence in Europe, Partnership with Henkel

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HP gains customers, adds resellers and opens reference centers in the region, and announces that Henkel is the first global reseller of its 3D printing systems.

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HP is expanding its presence in Europe with new customers, an expanded reseller community, and printing reference and experience centers across the region. The company also announced that Henkel will become the first global reseller of its Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions.

According to the company, new European customers including Danfoss Group, ETH Zurich, Jaguar-Land Rover, KTM and The National Center for Additive Manufacturing at the Manufacturing Technology Center are using Multi Jet Fusion systems to innovate, accelerate time-to-market, and reduce cost and waste. The company has added 15 distribution partners to its European reseller program to meet growing customer demand. HP now has than 30 partners across the region to deliver knowledge and services to customers.

HP has also opened new 3D printing reference and experience centers in Austria, Denmark, Portugal and Sweden to enable companies to engage with its solutions in production scenarios. Users can test and qualify 3D printing use cases in controlled environments to simple and cost-effectively advance from prototyping to full-scale production.

The company also announced that Henkel will become the first global reseller of HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions, and intends to open three demonstration centers to showcase them. Henkel’s Adhesive Technologies business unit is a member of HP’s open 3D materials community and is helping companies to build on traditional manufacturing expertise. Henkel’s engineers are collaborating with HP’s 3D Open Materials and Applications Lab in Corvallis, Oregon, and using HP’s 3D materials development kit for in-house development and qualification of new solutions.

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