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Commercial Metal Jet Solution takes 3D printed metals to mass production by delivering high-quality parts at scale across industries; Global leader in sustainability and efficiency Schneider Electric developing breakthrough applications with new solution

Today, at the 2022 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS), HP Inc. announced the commercial availability of its Metal Jet S100 Solution. Accelerating innovative designs and products and digitally printing mass quantities of quality parts, HP's Metal Jet S100 Solution is transforming industries and helping scale 3D metals to mass production.

The manufacturing industry has evolved drastically over the past decade and is currently expected to be worth around $12 trillion1. We are in the early stages of a fourth industrial revolution, spearheaded by the accelerated growth of 3D printing and its ability to accelerate designs, improve process developments, and now in an industry first, realize true economies of scale.


HP SitePrint gives construction professionals as much as ten times the productivity of manual layout technique

HP Inc. has today announced HP SitePrint, a robotic solution that prints the most complex construction site layouts with pinpoint accuracy, in a fraction of the time it takes manually - improving productivity by as much as ten times. HP SitePrint will be available to customers in North America through an Early Access Program, starting September 2022.

At $11.4 trillion, the construction sector represents 13 percent of the world's GDP and shows a steady growth of 3.5% CAGR.2 Despite this, the industry faces challenges in productivity and human resourcing. While labor productivity in manufacturing has grown an average 3.6 percent a year over the past two decades, the construction sector has only seen a 1 percent increase over the same time period, according to McKinsey.3

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