Hewlett-Packard remains the leader in the printing space, which is a high-margin business courtesy of ink supplies. However, enterprises are increasingly knowledgeable about the costs of printing and looking to farm management of these devices out to companies like HP and Xerox. Other key players: Lexmark, Eastman Kodak and Ricoh.
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HP's master plan: Build an ecosystem for its 3D printing technology in 2015 with general availability in the second half of 2016. Will customers wait for HP to disrupt industry pricing and the lure of printing 3D jobs 10 times faster?
Hewlett Packard wants to infuse life into PCs with a new kind of machine that uses a built-in projector for surface-enabled touch and 3D scanning. Will makers and creatives get on board?
The rise of 3D printing in consumer and enterprise will usher in a new era of locked-in materials that may offend some early adopters.
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If you are looking forward to a bright new world of printing in 3D, you are going to have to wait at least five years before it hits the mainstream.
Stratasys' sees strong demand for the rest of the year as additive manufacturing takes hold. Meanwhile, the company's MakerBot unit continues to roll.
HP could roll out its 3D printing lineup tomorrow and there's a good argument that the company is too late. Perhaps Stratasys or 3D Systems is the next HP?