3D Printing Allows for Rapid Innovation of Packaging Lines

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In order to package HP Inkjet Supplies in high volumes, the APCC sought a technology that could keep up with demand and adapt to frequent changes in production. They also identified metal parts as part of their machinery that they could potentially replace with lighter-weight parts. With thousands of additively manufactured parts on each of its 19 packaging lines, the APCC benefits from easy access to in-house 3D printing solutions to rapidly innovate and produce at lower costs. “We went looking to see if additive manufacturing could play a beneficial role for us in our operation and help improve efficiency and take some cost out,” said Paul McArdle, Engineering Project Manager for HP Inc. “As an ops manager, we’re always looking for ways to improve our costs and the speed with which we respond to needs for new capabilities and ways to keep the factory running.”


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