HP TO SELL 3-D PRINTERS

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HP TO SELL 3-D PRINTERS

 user 2010-04-26 at 10:19:27 am Views: 49
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    http://www.bizjournals.com/sacramento/stories/2010/04/19/daily25.html
    HP TO SELL 3-D PRINTERS 
    Stratasys Inc. shipped the first 3-D printers made with the
    Hewlett-Packard  brand under a deal first publicized in January.The
    printers will go on sale in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United
    Kingdom next month.Minneapolis-based Stratasys  developed the printers
    with Palo Alto-based H-P . H-P, which has a 3,500-employee campus in
    Roseville, plans to sell them in the mechanical design market.

    Three-dimensional
    printers use inkjet type technology to make solid models of machine
    parts and other complex shapes by “printing” them, layer by layer. Users
    can then test and assemble models of devices to see how well they work
    before making more costly components.These printers can make a model
    directly from a CAD, or computer aided design software, file.Scott Crump
    is chief executive officer of Stratasys. The company says it came up
    with the term “3D printer” when working with IBM Corp. in the 1990s