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Jabil Makes a Jump Forward with HP 3D Printing

12 January 2018

As one of the world’s most technically advanced manufacturing solution providers, Jabil keeps a lookout for a competitive edge. In particular, Jabil is making a difference in production speed, quality and cost-efficiency with HP Multi Jet Fusion technology.

Jabil has a wealth of customers looking to decrease their time-to-market, while maintaining a high-quality product. Since it can be used as both a prototyping and production tool, HP 3D printing is ideal to help Jabil reduce lead time for their clients.

With their Jet Fusion technology, HP promises speeds 10 times faster than traditional methods with continuous printing and fast-cooling processes. In addition to speed, this method of 3D printing allows for the manufacture of short-run parts. Unbound by the traditional rules of manufacturing, companies gain flexibility with 3D printing solutions like HP Multi Jet Fusion technology.

HP also simplifies the 3D printing process by providing easy-to-use software that provides error checking and automatic packing of the 3D models, within the build chamber, and pre-packed HP materials cartridges. With the HP Multi Jet Fusion Open Platform, HP Multi Jet 3D Printing customers gain access to new future materials.

Jabil capitalizes on this simplicity, using it to deliver fully-functional and testable prototypes to their customers. The testable quality of the prototype is particularly valuable to Jabil because it increases confidence in the final manufactured product and allows for better improvements to be made across the design and prototype cycles.

To learn more about how your company can also capitalize on HP Multi Jet 3D Printing technology, visit HP’s official site.



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