HP continues to build out 3D printing platform capabilities with acquisition of 3D scanning company, but won’t change near term platform value

HP recently announced the acquisition of David Vision Systems GmbH, a 3D scanning hardware and software developer that spun out of the Institute for Robotics and Process Control at TU-Braunschweig in 2009. This announcement follows HP’s May announcement at RAPID 2016 of a 3D printer utilizing HP’...

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