RapidMade Announces HP Multi Jet Fusion Services
In honor of National Manufacturing Day 2017, RapidMade demonstrates commitment to continuously invest in technology, training and increase our knowledge of advanced manufacturing techniques.
October 5, 2017: RapidMade announced today it is offering services based on HP’s award- winning Multi Jet Fusion technology. Based in Portland, Oregon, RapidMade offers customers expertise on materials, engineering and manufacturing processes including advanced technologies like 3D printing. On the heels of its move into a larger facility to increase capacity for larger clients, the company is delivering on its promise to expand its capabilities and invest in new technology such as HP’s Jet Fusion 3D 4200 printing solution.
“With National Manufacturing Day coming up on Friday, October 6, it is worth reflecting on our goal when we founded RapidMade in 2011,” said Renee Eaton, RapidMade CEO. “We felt there was an opportunity to capitalize on the growing additive manufacturing market, sustainably localize manufacturing and do our part to employ and educate a new generation of manufacturing professionals. The addition of transformational technologies such as HP’s Multi Jet Fusion is at the forefront of our mission.”
“We share HP’s vision for the digital transformation of manufacturing, and as we look to help our clients compete in the digital age, we are so excited about the capabilities of HP Multi Jet Fusion,” added Eaton. “Whether our customers are looking for design support, prototyping or more complex projects, the quality, speed and cost savings enabled by the Jet Fusion 3D 4200 solution will deliver.”
The HP Jet Fusion 3D 4200 solution lowers the barriers of entry to additive manufacturing by providing faster build speeds, high-quality functional parts, and breakthrough economics. The HP Jet Fusion 3D 4200 machine operates through a unique Multi-Agent printing process, offering dimensional accuracy, fine aesthetics, and superior mechanical properties. Parts can currently be printed in High Reusability PA 12. Additional materials will be available as the largest chemical companies in the world develop certified materials for HP’s Open Materials Platform, providing customers with an ever-growing portfolio of materials for different applications.
Based in Portland, Oregon, RapidMade’s knowledge of materials, engineering and manufacturing processes extends to both traditional and advanced technologies. We like to design and build things, and we like to work with clients who feel the same way. We believe that our customers’ competitive advantage stems from their ability to create, produce and market better products. That’s why we focus on applying the latest materials, manufacturing and engineering technologies to the process of developing, prototyping, manufacturing, and marketing products. And we use this knowledge to help our clients apply the right solutions to their business needs. If you are looking to create a new product, improve an existing one, find a new manufacturing solution or want a partner who can help you take advantage of the latest digital and additive technologies then we can provide you with a range of services from a simple part or prototype to a complete analysis of your product or processing needs. It is this focus and passion, together with our ability to provide these services in a unique and cost effective way, that makes us different.
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