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HP Unveils Its 3D Printing Plans, Autodesk Reacts
HP plans to leverage a proprietary four-step inkjet process known as Multi Jet Fusion, which the vendor claims allows objects to be printed more than 10 times

low printer  be priced toward the low end of the segment's traditional $150,000 – $500,000 price range. In related news, HP also unveiled Sprout , an $1,899 desktop featuring an overhead 3D scanning camera, slated for shipping next month. The camera can turn anything placed on a mat in front of the PC's monitor (i.e., physical objects, sketches, written material) into digital content, which can be used and manipulated.   Printing is HP’s core competency, and the giant should be a real 3D printing player with

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