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A3D receives HP Digital Manufacturing Partner certification

The company now offers the HP 5420W printer that prints white, functional parts to its product line

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A3D Manufacturing, formerly Athena 3D Manufacturing, is now a certified HP Digital Manufacturing Partner (DMP). The DMP certification is an HP qualification that signifies A3D Manufacturing as a 3D manufacturing company that meets HP’s standards for advanced additive manufacturing processes, industry-standard certifications, robust quality management, and volume job production.

After a thorough evaluation by HP, A3D Manufacturing proved to exemplify all four factors and has now become a valued partner that can meet the quality and demands of customers. A3D Manufacturing now offers the HP 5420W printer that prints white, functional parts to its product line.

“The Digital Manufacturing Network (DMN) and DMP certification identifies A3D Manufacturing as a leader in the 3D printing space. We’re thrilled to include them as the latest partner in our esteemed community,” said Gregory Elfering, Head of Americas, 3D Printing at HP.

“We’re proud to be an HP partner,” said Jon Toews, Senior Vice President of A3D Manufacturing and HP DMN Advisory Council President of the Americas (AMS). “Our customers can continue to expect high-quality products, trusted partnership, and excellence from us as a DMN supplier.”

A3D Manufacturing is a leading innovator in 3D manufacturing, specializing in creating custom plastic and metal components since 2019, and serving as a trusted manufacturing partner for high-tech industries like aerospace, military and defense, life science, transportation, and consumer products.

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