HP Metal Jet technology

Transform your business with the most advanced metals 3D printing technology for mass production – metal binder jetting.

HP and GKN Powder Metallurgy are combining their forces to drive the industrialization of binder jetting across the whole Additive Manufacturing value chain. HP Metal Jet is the world’s most advanced 3D printing technology, providing up to 50 times more productivity1 than other binder jetting systems, at low cost2.

In an industry-first collaboration, GKN is partnering with HP to deploy HP Metal Jet in its production plants to produce functional metal parts for automotive and industrial leaders.

 

 

Technology white paper

Learn how HP Metal Jet technology works.

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GKN press release

The partnership of HP and GKN unlocks competitive advantages all industries will benefit from. Metal manufacturing leader GKN Powder Metallurgy highlights them all in a press release.

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About GKN Powder Metallurgy

About GKN Powder Metallurgy

GKN Powder Metallurgy is a metal-shape-solution provider and the world’s largest manufacturer of powder-based metal parts. For GKN HP Metal Jet is an enabler, that extends the whole process portfolio. From low to high volumes GKN can now support all customers during their whole product life cycle.

GKN Powder Metallurgy produces more than 3 billion parts per year, and expects to print millions of HP Metal Jet parts for its customers across industries as early as next year.

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Christian Josten
Christian Josten
Technical contact for binder jetting at GKN Powder Metallurgy
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1 Based on comparable competitive binder jetting and selective laser melting (SLM) metals 3D printing solutions available as of July 31, 2018.
Productivity claim based on: 1) up to 50 times more productive, on average, based on print speed for serial production up to 100,000 parts, and 2) solution acquisition cost.

2 Low cost based on comparable competitive binder jetting and selective laser melting (SLM) metals 3D printing solutions available as of July 31, 2018.