HP, a global technology company, has announced a strategic collaboration with DSH Technologies to advance 3D printing.
This strategic collaboration is set to accelerate the capabilities of HP’s commercial S100 Metal Jet Solution, providing customers with sintering expertise and capabilities.
“This collaboration equips customers using HP’s commercial S100 Metal Jet Solution with advanced sintering capabilities, opening up new horizons in 3D printing for industries worldwide,” said Ramon Pastor, Global Head of 3D Metals at HP.
The acceleration of sinter-based additive manufacturing technology comes to life as collaboration meets action. HP has engaged DSH Technologies sister company Elnik Systems to develop a furnace configuration dedicated to processing metal additive manufactured parts, which are the cornerstone of their Metal Jet system development.
Elnik Systems, a seasoned veteran in the debind and sinter furnace industry, has decided to collaborate with the HP team to help drive adoption of the Metal Additive part-making technology. They have modified their standard metal injection molding debind and sinter furnace to accommodate the requirements that the BinderJet part-making technology demands.
DSH Technologies has also joined in the collaborative effort to provide technical processing knowledge sharing and expertise to help part producers with a go-to-market strategy based on technical awareness and production scale capabilities.