Palo Alto, Calif. (October 28, 2020) – In advance of Formnext Connect, HP announced significant advancements in the management and automation of complex 3D printing workflows and large-scale additive manufacturing fleets. HP unveiled a new software solution, the HP Universal Build Manager Powered by Dyndrite, bringing increased productivity and efficiency as well as automation to additive build management for leading 3D printing processes. The company also introduced new digital HP 3D Factory Services to provide customers with facilities and equipment analysis, staffing and training, and help implement production processes. In addition, HP announced the new HP Automatic Unpacking Station, developed in partnership with Rösler Group’s AM Solutions, to enable greater automation for post processing, giving customers more efficiency across the entire additive manufacturing workflow.
Palo Alto, Calif.– October 15, 2020 — Today at its global Innovation Summit, HP and members of its worldwide partner and customer community along with industry experts showcased the power of digital manufacturing to transform industries. Underpinning the event was a new HP study delivering insights on digital manufacturing technologies and trends such as industrial 3D printing. As a leader driving this digital transformation, HP’s Summit featured discussions with executives from Additive Integrity, Decathlon, Forecast3D, IDC, Nissan, SOLIZE Products, the World Economic Forum, and more.
Surveying thousands of manufacturing executives across the globe, HP’s Digital Manufacturing Trend Report finds that companies are increasingly investing in advanced 3D printing solutions that provide the agility, speed, and flexibility necessary to grow their business and become more resilient in an ever-changing environment.
PALO ALTO, Calif., September 16, 2020 — Today at HP Reinvent, HP Inc.’s annual global partner event, the company introduced the HP LaserJet Enterprise 400 Series, delivering an enterprise and managed-class experience in a small footprint for remote working and new office configurations.
Ready or not, businesses have made a swift transition to a much more distributed workforce – transforming a few offices into thousands of home offices. As a result, they need intuitive, nimble, and connected devices that can be managed remotely and securely, supporting how and where people need to work.
Today at HP Reinvent, HP Inc.’s annual global partner event, the company introduced new print services and solutions that enable new ways of working, new ways of managing and new ways of buying.
“The shift to remote and distributed workforces has accelerated many companies’ efforts to digitize workflows and shift to the cloud,” said David Prezzano, General Manager and Global Head, Print Services and Solutions, HP Inc. “With this acceleration toward automation, we are arming our partners with the solutions they need to deliver value, simplicity and efficiency.”
New Ways of Working Require Simplified Workflows and Smaller Form Factors
PALO ALTO, Calif., August 25, 2020 — HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) has been named a leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Print Transformation 2020 Vendor Assessment (doc #US45354420, August 2020). The report recognizes HP’s strategy to advance, disrupt and transform the print industry by capitalizing on shifting markets trends, leveraging its print and compute capabilities and maximizing on its history of innovation, led by over 50 years of HP Labs.
Palo Alto, CA, July 21, 2020 — Today HP Inc. announced print services and solutions that enable companies to accelerate their shift to flexible, cloud-based environments. By harnessing the power of the cloud, HP is delivering personalized services and intelligent, purpose-built solutions that help streamline and automate processes so IT departments can focus on their most strategic priorities.
“Our customers are looking for simple, secure and intuitive solutions that enhance performance and deliver business outcomes,” said David Prezzano, General Manager and Global Head, Print Services and Solutions, HP Inc. “We’re laser focused on delivering services and solutions that know how you work, anticipate your needs and offer a compelling cost structure.”
Palo Alto, Calif. – June 4, 2020 - HP today made a set of announcements demonstrating its continued 3D printing and digital manufacturing momentum and industry leadership. Helping expand the overall market and unlock new applications for customers, HP is delivering a first of its kind Polypropylene (PP) material for additive manufacturing. The new HP 3D High Reusability PP, enabled by BASF, is a versatile, durable, and chemically resistant1 material that has been qualified for HP’s production-grade 3D printing systems, and is ideal for customers in the automotive, consumer, industrial, and medical sectors seeking an optimal balance between performance and cost2. HP also unveiled a new partnership with Oechsler, the global design and manufacturing player, to develop applications for both the new PP and HP’s broader materials portfolio, as well as new customer Cobra Golf for its Metal Jet 3D printing technology.
PALO ALTO, Calif. March 24, 2020 — HP Inc. today announced an updated portfolio of HP Latex R Series printers with new features and solutions to make it easier for print service providers (PSPs) to benefit from HP Latex printing on a hybrid printing platform, including achieving high image quality on a range of rigid and flexible materials using HP’s water-based Latex Inks.
The HP Latex R Series brings vibrant colors into the rigid printing world along with HP’s innovative White Latex Ink, a glossy, high-quality “true white” that doesn’t yellow over time like traditional UV-based white ink.
The new portfolio introduces the new entry-level HP Latex R1000 model, offered at an attractive entry price point.
Additionally, HP is introducing improvements across the portfolio. The new R Series printers now enable customers to benefit from higher productivity and efficiency.
Palo Alto, CA, March 24, 2020 — HP Inc. today announced global availability of HP Neverstop Laser, the world’s first toner tank.
“As business people shift to work from home, they need technology that is easy to use and printing with fewer interruptions – HP Neverstop delivers both,” said Tuan Tran, President, Printing, HP Inc. “This means printing for months, without having to refill toner, at the lowest cost per page.”
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PALO ALTO, Calif., March 10, 2020 — HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) today announced an all-new drupa portfolio for HP Indigo digital labels and packaging designed to accelerate the digital print transformation. HP Indigo offers converters the industry’s widest portfolio of presses, along with new color and workflow automation solutions, to efficiently deliver diverse, on-demand print orders with low waste.
In a major step toward extending analog-to-digital conversion, HP announced the, HP Indigo V12 Digital Press, the first HP Indigo built on next-generation HP Indigo LEPX architecture. The first of Indigo’s Series 6 platform, the narrow-web label press provides Indigo’s renowned quality and versatility at significantly higher speeds. As a result, the HP Indigo V12 can print as fast as analog with greater production agility, redefining digital label printing.