Cimquest has announced an agreement with HP Inc. to sell and support HP Jet Fusion 3D printersin the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast territories, encompassing the state of Virginia all the way through Maine.
“I am excited to combine Cimquest’s award winning customer service with HP’s award-winning 3D printing platform. Our 19 years of 3D printing and 28 years of subtractive manufacturing (Mastercam) experience coupled with HP’s true high volume production technology provides a unique solution to the market. No single manufacturing process stands alone and with our expertise with many manufacturing processes, Cimquest is well suited to support our customers’ selection and implementation of 3D printing.” Says Rob Hassold – Founder/CEO of Cimquest, Inc.
The HP Jet Fusion 3D 4200 solution offers an end-to-end platform for prototyping and production based on HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology. This 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, but many new materials will be available down the line through HP’s Open Materials program. HP’s Open Materials program enables third-party companies to develop unique materials that are certified for HP Multi Jet Fusion, providing customers with an ever-growing portfolio of materials for different applications.
Come see the new the HP Jet Fusion printer at the Advanced Manufacturing Expo being held October 18th and 19th at Cimquest’s NJ headquarters, where more than 10 different 3D Printer manufacturers will be exhibiting. There will also be more than 25 unique technical seminars covering specific technologies and applications.