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HP and the 3D Print Market Opportunity

by Pete Basiliere  |  November 3, 2017

Can it capitalize on its metal, plastic and color capabilities? HP’s mission is to expand its revenue sources and to this end has invested in multiple markets over the last 18...

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First Look: Canon Océ ProStream

by Pete Basiliere  |  February 21, 2017

Very good print quality, novel design, quick speed, long and sure to give competitors pause, the newest Canon inkjet web press is worth a look. I traveled to Poing Germany,...

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What Is Not Adding Up?

by Pete Basiliere  |  November 15, 2016

Formnext, the European trade fair for the 3DP industry, bustled with attendees today, giving pause to the market’s doomsayers. As you may recall, Gartner’s forecast of the enterprise 3D printer...

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3D Printing Takes On the Paper Printing Industry

by Pete Basiliere  |  June 15, 2016

3D printer manufacturers traveled to Gutenberg’s home country to exhibit at “drupa,” the biggest printing tradeshow worldwide, demonstrating unexpected opportunities to thousands of attendees from around the world. Drupa is...

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Printing is Growing at the Expense of Printing

by Pete Basiliere  |  March 29, 2016

Big digital presses such as HP Inc.’s Indigo models are taking share from older printing technologies — offset, flexographic and screen printing. The company is capitalizing on that trend as the...

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Let the Work Flow, er, Workflow, er . . .

by Pete Basiliere  |  March 17, 2016

Xerox’s new $649,000 Brenva HD Production Inkjet Press piqued everyone’s interest at this week's customer event but workflow software underpins its strategy for enabling profitable digital printing. Xerox Document Technology, the “classic...

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Xerox Reaches a Fork in the Road and Goes Both Ways

by Pete Basiliere  |  February 4, 2016

Xerox will split in two by year end. Different companies, different roads, each with its own obstacles. My colleagues Ken Weilerstein, Cathy Tornbohm and Andy Neff published their “First Take”...

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Thinking About 3D Printing: Insights from Carbon3D, HP and Voxel8

by Pete Basiliere  |  January 13, 2016

3D print tech providers talked industrial 3DP at CES, not just consumer uses. What were they saying? The TCT conference on 3D printing (3DP) took up nearly a full day...

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3D Printing at CES: Hardware and Innovation

by Pete Basiliere  |  January 11, 2016

A study in contrasts — CES had the most number of 3D printing technology providers ever and the two biggest players had dramatically different exhibits. Stratasys and its MakerBot subsidiary...

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Mimaki: The Little Known 2D Printer Manufacturer with the Colorful 3D Printer

by Pete Basiliere  |  December 1, 2015

As the number of 3D printers grows daily, two manufacturers of “2D” printers have entered the market. And, no, HP is not one of them. The providers, one a company...

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