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jtaylor1477
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Re: HP 3D Printers for US
jtaylor1477   6/26/2012 9:08:45 AM
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We also believe that HP's unmatched sales and distribution capabilities and Stratasys FDM technology is the right combination to achieve broader 3D printer usage worldwide. HP has made a similar move in this market before, capturing a dominant position in large-format 2D printers and for inkjetsuperstore hp 56 ink.


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HP 3D Printers for US
gsmith120   5/29/2012 6:11:33 AM
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Doug nice artilce.  Do you know of Stratasys' plan to offer this printer in the US?  Also, any plans for a much cheaper printer that would allow small businesses to utilize this technology?Doug nice article.  Do you know Stratasys' plans to offer this printer in the US?  Also, any plans for a much cheaper printer that would allow small businesses to utilize this technology?  I've read a lot about more affordable 3Ds for people with small budgets.  I think there is a big market for 3Ds in the lower end budget community.

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Stratasys manufactures 3D
jtaylor1477   5/29/2012 3:25:54 AM
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Stratasys manufactures 3D printers under the Dimension brand, and it makes 3D production systems under the Fortus brand. Both product lines, as well as the HP-branded 3D printers employ Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) technology, which creates three-dimensional plastic models directly from a CAD file. what about on hp ink cartridges for printers?




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