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HP and DyeMansion formalize strategic collaboration

Focussed on delivering high-quality, scalable, and eco-friendly additive manufacturing solutions

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HP is set to market DyeMansion’s post-processing workflows as a preferred solution for customers to achieve large-scale production of final parts. As part of the newly formalized collaboration, the companies will focus on delivering high-quality, scalable, and eco-friendly additive manufacturing solutions.

The collaboration brings together HP’s advanced 3D printing technology and DyeMansion’s innovative post-processing workflows. Together, the companies will tackle joint market analysis and provide end-to-end solutions that seamlessly integrate into users’ operations – unlocking new applications and offering mutual support and advice.

HP and DyeMansion formalize strategic collaboration - focussed on delivering high-quality, scalable, and eco-friendly AM solutions.

This collaboration aims to simplify access to comprehensive solutions for AM users worldwide. Its roots trace back to significant moments of innovation, collaboration, and a huge joint customer and reseller base, globally, including: the introduction of the first-ever color range for grey parts produced with HP Multi Jet Fusion technology, which marked the beginning of the collaboration, in 2020; the expansion of the color range to include white parts, enhancing aesthetic and functional customization, in 2022; a joint presentation at AOPA, the leading event for the O&P industry in the US, in 2023; and the launch of the AM I Navigator, developed with input from HP, DyeMansion, and other industry leaders like Siemens, to guide users through the AM process, also in 2023.

HP and DyeMansion formalize strategic collaboration - focussed on delivering high-quality, scalable, and eco-friendly AM solutions.

“The formalization of the strategic collaboration with DyeMansion represents a pivotal moment in our journey together. It combines our leading 3D printing technology with DyeMansion’s detailed post-processing to set new standards in the production of 3D printed parts,” said François Minec, Global Head of 3D Polymers at HP.

“The close cooperation between printer manufacturers and post-processing technology providers makes it possible to develop useful and market-oriented solutions for AM users worldwide. We at DyeMansion and HP have already internalized this very well. I am very pleased about this and look forward to our upcoming joint activities,” said Felix Ewald, CEO and Co-founder of DyeMansion.

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