This revolutionary model is unmistakably the icing on the cake. Again, HP guarantees a system that excels in durability and user-friendliness. A system that effectively makes people's work easier. Even without any prior knowledge of 3D printing.
Creating a culture of in-house development
‘Our goal is simply to challenge companies to think differently. We want to minimize the inefficiency and costs of current product developments’, says Roald Swerts. ‘Companies taking the step to develop and produce products in-house not only save a lot of time but also a lot of money’.
Imagine for a moment that -as development team- you will be able to revive your own designs through 3D printing. Your ideas immediately take shape and adjustments can be implemented the very same day.
‘The HP MJF 580 is, in addition, a perfect example of plug and play. The entire printing process is almost completely automated. For the user it is only a matter of waiting for the prints’, Roald clarifies.
Unlimited possibilities in 3 Trideus prints
By visiting Trideus, you will not only get to know the HP MJF 580 live, but you’ll also experience the potential of this unique 3D printer on the basis of concrete prints. Our Trideus expert is happy to lift a tip of the veil:
Print 3: Functional design – click system
This example shows us that everyday items can be perfectly produced through 3D printing. Trideus printed a simple click system. One that’s quite familiar to us all.
Our HP MJF 580 enables us to produce this element in one single piece and in a extremely durable material. A material which is very flexible, but will not break. A material that ensures our click system, despite the intensive use, always returns to its original form. Admit, that's pretty handy!
HP: high resolution and materials with strong properties
For the HP MJF 580, Hewlett-Packard combines their 2D printing technology (which it has been successfully applying for years) with polyamide 12; a durable and flexible, but very strong material.
Roald Swerts, Industrial Sales Solutions: ‘Combine these qualities with the enormous benefits of 3D printing and I’m absolutely convinced: in the future, most parts will be 3D printed. Already now, the technology is being used on a large scale in the prototyping process!’