NEWS COMMENTARY

HP and Siemens collaborate on digital integration of 3D printing with manufacturing

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May 15, 2019
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by Michael Holman
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The partnership will be focused on integrating HP's 3D printer with Siemens' product life cycle management (PLM) and factory optimization software solutions, highlighting the trends of 3D printing innovation increasingly focused on improving the technology for manufacturing and the use of data to better integrate material, product, and manufacturing across the value chain. Clients should look to form or join similar alliances and expect more integration of tools like materials informatics and generative design going forward as well. 

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