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Decimation of company

The maker of expensive printer ink HP has decimated its staff claiming that is justified due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

While HP must have made a killing as businesses rushed to buy hardware so their staff could work from home, during the pandemic, it appears that Covid is now being used as the reason for PC sale's slumping.

The computing giant has revealed its 2022 fiscal year results, showing fourth quarter revenues down 14.8 per cent compared to the same period last year so the answer is getting rid of ten per cent of staff.

The mass layoffs come after HP expanded the workforce by around 10,000 workers compared to this time last year. 

In what it calls its “Fiscal year 2023 Future Ready transformation” and anyone else might call “a slew of cost-cutting measures”, HP claimed it would make savings across around “digital transformation, portfolio optimisation and operational efficiency.”  At some point, history will say that workers killed managers who used this sort of language, particularly when they come to announce job cuts, and humanity generally benefited. 

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Killexams : HP Inc. (HPQ) 6th Annual Wells Fargo TMT Summit (Transcript)

HP Inc. (NYSE:HPQ) 6th Annual Wells Fargo TMT Summit December 1, 2022 11:40 AM ET

Company Participants

Andy Rhodes - General Manager and Global Head of Commercial Systems

Conference Call Participants

Aaron Rakers - Wells Fargo

Aaron Rakers

All right. So why don't we get started here. I'm Aaron Rakers. I'm the hardware analyst here at Wells Fargo. I'm pleased to host a discussion with Andy Rhodes, the General Manager of the peripherals business with the HPQ. So Andy, first of all, thanks for joining us. Maybe to start just the conversation, give us a quick overview of kind of your background, your responsibilities. And then we'll dive right into some questions.

Andy Rhodes

Yes, we'll use this one, and then we'll jump in. So yes, great to be here, thanks. And just a quick background on myself. I've been at HP around four years. Prior to this role, I was running all of the commercial PC business for HP. Actually, it's my second rotation into the company. I was with HP from '97 to 2000 in the U.K., doing sort of actually PCs back then, spent 18 years out of the company at a competitor and then came back to HP really to drive innovation.

I think HP itself is just such a strong company that values innovation, and it's a great place to work because you can go drive that. So the last six months, I've been doing peripherals and then also responsible for the acquisition of Poly that we closed recently, and we're in the immediate throws of integrating that company as well.

Question-and-Answer Session

Q - Aaron Rakers

And that's perfect. So we'll definitely get into the Poly acquisition and the integration. But maybe to start, obviously, a lot of discussion, I'm sure, with investors that you've had around just the demand environment. PC demand obviously continues to come under some pressure. Talk about maybe what HP has been seeing in terms of the peripheral side of the business as well as the hybrid workforce solutions growth in a fairly weak PC demand environment.

Andy Rhodes

Yes. So we still see the demand for peripherals relatively strong. And it's a broad term as well. And so if you think about what we provide now as a portfolio in HP, it's everything people need around the PC, whether you're working from home, remote, which is a display, a keyboard, a mouse, a dock, lighting, or as you sort of we get back into this notion of hybrid, and I say this to many, many customers, and we have a lot of debate right now, hybrid is not remote, hybrid is hybrid. It means that you're working in multiple different environments.

You're working at home. You're working on the go again like we are now traveling and you're working back in the office. And so there is still relatively good demand because people are going in these states. And I'll give you one example. Let's talk about audio and headsets. If you're at home, you might have a very, very different solution than if you're on the road. So at home, I use a Poly deck headset of Voyager. On the road, though, I use ear buds, and then when you're in the office, you might use a third solution, that's number one.

Secondly, what we're seeing is a lot of debate and discussion about back to office. And as I said, hybrid is not remote, and so people are coming back into offices. And one of the primary reasons that they come and they don't return is that the technology in the office is not as good as it is now at home. We spent three years developing our at-home setups. And so we see good demand still around the office solutions.

There's 90 million rooms in the world of only rooms or spaces that people should come to collaborate together. Only around 10% of them have any technology in them today. And it's one of the biggest inhibitors. You go back into the office, you want a conference room to work. You want to be seen and heard. You want to be able to communicate with people that are remote and a lot of that has not been refreshed over the last three years. And so huge upside potential there for us.

Aaron Rakers

And do you think as the PC market goes through kind of the post-COVID dynamics that customers come back and say, now I'm going to subsequently make that upgrade to the work solutions piece of the equation, like we've done the PC upgrade. Is there kind of a lag effect at all in terms of how we think about the pull-through of some of the peripherals business?

Andy Rhodes

What's interesting on the peripherals, a couple of data points. One is there's a 5x refresh rate versus a PC on IO as an example, keyboards, mice, headsets. And that's holding pretty steady. So number one, people are refreshing these devices much, much quicker than they are.

Secondly is this isn't just about IT spending and IT buying. What we've seen is a real shift in buying behavior over the last three or four years and many individuals are now buying these peripherals themselves, whether they get a stipend from their IT department or their company or do they just decide to buy themselves because they know that productivity -- their own personal productivity is highly related to the tech that they have, especially around the PC.

Now we haven't seen a huge amount of shift on PC, bring your own device and things like that. But in the peripheral space, there are these two models, which is one of the reasons, by the way, that we're bullish about some of the synergies on Poly, is the Poly didn't have the breadth and depth of penetration in the e-tail/retail space that we do at HP, and we can bring now the Poly products into our channels in e-tail and retail.

So that buying behavior shift is also what we're seeing is, even if IT aren't buying these, we're seeing a good demand still with end users themselves going through an e-tail or retail and buying full work the peripheral set.

Aaron Rakers

And just to kind of go back to what the company has been said -- has said in the past, which is, I think you're talking about very large TAMs, right? You're talking about, I think it was a $110 billion TAM by 2024 in the peripheral's piece. And I think with the Workforce Solutions group with Poly another $120 billion TAM. I think the growth was like 8% CAGR. Are those still kind of how you think about the size of the market opportunity that you're addressing now with the broad portfolio?

Andy Rhodes

Yes. Yes. That hasn't changed even with the economic environment that we've seen. And those are obviously over multiple years. And so we still see that CAGR as is, and it comes down to a number of things, as I said.

Number one, refresh rates are still holding pretty steady. And also, they're relatively lower AUPs, and so people are still prepared to spend that kind of money because it's lower. And they really see it as linked with their own personal productivity, and that's a key driver. So that's -- that definitely is working in our favor.

Second is inside of that TAM of $110 billion is the conference room itself. And as I said that if you want people to go back to the office, and this is a boardroom debate right now, how do we get people back into offices? How do we get them working on things together? I mean, remote is great, but when you have new and difficult problems, putting people inside of rooms is absolutely critical. And as I said, those rooms are just not built out yet in any meaningful way.

So we're still very, very bullish about the growth of room solutions, which is a much, much video requirements are much, much higher. You need in the future, multi-cameras in that room to get the same experience. No one wants to see the back of someone's head if you're remote. And so having multiple cameras in the room, that the market is shifting to much more PC-based solutions in those rooms. We have actually replaced our solution with -- from Dell and Lenovo PCs to HP PCs in our room solutions.

So that part of the market, yes, we see it still very, very much the same as we did before and the growth in high single digits over the next couple of years.

Aaron Rakers

That's perfect. How do we think about or how do we appreciate HP share in kind of the two categories, peripherals and workforce solutions?

Andy Rhodes

Well, I think if you think about keyboard, mouse, bags, docks, hubs and then personal video, we still have a relatively low share in a high-growing market. So there's a huge amount of upside for us. And we believe that the channels that we have, it's the same channels that buy the PC. So it's very, very complementary still, and it's a good business to be in, and we are underpenetrated there, which allows us to have all of this upside, and that hasn't changed over the last six months in terms of the opportunity that we see.

Aaron Rakers

And so kind of with that mindset, I mean, how do we think about kind of the expansion of the portfolio from HP from this perspective in terms of peripherals, is there other areas of white space for you to go after? How do we think about the road map within the peripheral strategy, if you will, inclusive of the Poly acquisition?

Andy Rhodes

Yes. So I mean, with the poly acquisition, what we get now at scale, whether it's in the product portfolio or the go-to-market is three major areas. The first major area is room solutions. And as I said, that those room solutions are absolutely going to grow because if you go into a room today, it's very monolithic. It's front-of-room camera.

It's not how people want to operate. So we see the growth there around multiple cameras, really driving experiences, things like face framing, focusing on the speaker, but also seeing multiple different people in the room almost being able to direct that experience from afar. So there's just huge upside in the number of rooms that need to be penetrated, but then also upside in what customers want to put in those rooms to gain a better experience. So it's not simply just a dumb camera anymore that's projecting what is in the room. It's really using AI and software technology to provide that amazing experience. So that's number one.

I think then in commercial headsets, we have relatively high share, but as I said, this is crossover into customer buying behavior shifting and then consumers themselves buying for hybrid work environments, and that's where I think our strength in e-tail, retail really benefits us, and you'll start to see us drive that over the next year. And a much more considerate, taking Poly into brick-and-mortar, retailers where we are relatively strong on the PC and in our other peripherals of keyboard and mice. Poly also has IP phones. Interestingly enough, that market, as people come back to the office, people are refreshing phones. And then again, a keyboard and mice and bags and everything was surrounding the PC, our share is relatively low in a stand-alone business.

So we have just a huge amount of upside there. I mean we're very, very low single digits on share right now. So there's a huge amount of upside. And customers want to buy from us. They want to buy from one company. It helps them in terms of buying behavior, it helps them in terms of support all of that.

So lots of the customers that I speak to, and I speak to tens of them a week right now. None of them have told me that this is a bad idea. They all think it's a great idea because they can consolidate their buying now into HP and they know that we can drive a much more integrated road map and get these experiences that they want right. I walk into a conference room with an HP PC, it knows that, that room solution is there and it can almost form part of the mesh network almost in these conference rooms. And so you've got great audio, you've got great video on your laptop, you can incorporate that into the meetings that you have.

Aaron Rakers

So I think with that said, kind of just getting into some of the details around the Poly acquisition. I think HP when you made the acquisition, I think the outline was like a 15% revenue compounded rate of growth. I think you talked about HP achieving $500 million of, I believe, revenue synergies by fiscal '25. Can you just unpack that? Or are those still kind of the targets we're thinking about as far as this acquisition and maybe double-click on some of those revenue synergies. You alluded to a little bit go-to-market, but anything else that we should think about?

Andy Rhodes

Sure. Yes. So the answer is yes, we're still on track for that. I mean, it's early days. We've just started the integration, but all the signs are very encouraging. I think on the revenue synergy side, just at the higher level, we see a number of areas. One is, we have very complementary channels, and we're seeing growth of video solutions, especially into the SMB and the S market through the long tail of IT channel partners that we have a very, very good penetration in. So expanding Poly products into those channels is one of those big revenue synergies.

Second is Poly is very strong in what's called the AV channel, and we can bring more of our other products. We had personal webcams in the HP portfolio. We can bring that into the AV channel. So we still see good traction there and encouraging signs. The third is obviously in accounts.

Poly was strong where maybe HP wasn't and vice versa, especially where HP had big penetration, but Poly wasn't. We have very, very robust programs in our go-to-market to capture those synergies and those accounts. And then we've got assets like and really sort of taking this attached motion where if people are buying a PC, they want to buy all the other things at the same time. And so is a good indicator of that. So you'll start to see Poly products really be pushed through that channel on

And then one other synergy on the revenue side that we have is really around, as I said, replacing some of the Dell and Lenovo PCs that were in the Poly solutions with HP. On the rest of the P&L, HP sells a PC a second. And so leveraging the supply chain even more in terms of ODM consolidation in terms of logistics rates, in terms of driving some of our commodity costs. We're seeing good signs there. And then lastly, on the cost side of the business, we're still on track to get the savings we had through consolidation of certain corporate functions.

Aaron Rakers

Yes. And I think with that being said, I mean, the target was to drive, I believe it was 600 basis points of operating margin. I'm guessing the base of that was the 10% to 12% rate. Is that the way to think about the leverage here on the operating margin side?

Andy Rhodes

Correct. Yes.

Aaron Rakers

So I guess one of the questions I tend to get, and we kind of touched on it at the beginning, is that with the PC weakness or basically, the -- if you will, demand normalization post COVID, why do I not think that the portfolio of Poly saw some of that demand insertion and normalization is something that we should be thinking about as we look forward now.

Andy Rhodes

My view is, as we sort of see weakness in other areas, people are still trying to drive for productivity of every worker that they have. And if you look at the portfolio we have, that's exactly what it's all about. It's about driving productivity. And so even as companies look to cut costs, they want to drive up productivity. So this is an area we're still seeing a lot of spending on.

And I talk about this back to office is just a great example. Even in a reduced real estate environment, customers want to change the optics of that real estate, the way it's used and the office is going to be a place that people come back to work together. And what's inhibiting that right now is the technology in those conference rooms in those spaces. And so we are still seeing spending happening in those environments. And that's why we still remain committed to those synergies that we had at the acquisition.

Aaron Rakers

Yes. Perfect. And maybe just to kind of think about the context of the hybrid work environment. How do we think about the dollars spent on the peripheral's pieces and the Workforce Solution's pieces relative to the spend that you typically see from a -- on a PC side. Do you guys think about how that ratio has changed? Or is there anything you might share there?

Andy Rhodes

Well, as I said, I mean, let's say, the commercial market as an example. Even as IT spending comes down on that core -- on some of the core, like a PC and maybe a display, they're still spending on the peripherals of IO, of headsets, of audio. This notion have been seen and heard in remote environments is important not just to corporations, but to people themselves. And so two things are happening. One is we're seeing corporate spending still be very robust in those areas and in the environments where corporate spending is declining, individuals are going out and spending their own money on those elements.

And again, that's the -- and they're not doing it through the corporate IT department, they're going to Amazon. They're going to Best Buy, they going to Belongia, they going to Finnek, they're going to Harvey Norman around the world and spending some of their own money on those areas.

And as I talked about, that's one of the great synergies that we had in the Poly deal is, Poly was not in those areas in any significant way, and we are at HP. We have great connections on the PC and some of our other peripherals that we're leveraging to go do that. So we still see spending on the peripheral space been robust. And it might be a little bit of a shift away from corporate IT spending onto personal spending as well, but that's definitely happening.

Aaron Rakers

Yes. And then the final thing I just want to touch on, again, kind of double-clicking on the 600 basis points of synergies that you've laid out, obviously, an important piece because it would obviously be accretive to the overall, the PSG segment within HP. The couple of key synergies and how we think about the cadence of that 600 basis points, what's the key things we should be thinking about there from an operating margin perspective?

Andy Rhodes

I mean I think revenue growth is still a key one. So we're in this, we said it from day 1. This is about growth. This is about growth. And actually, our sales -- our general sales force is responding incredibly well to that.

The corporate culture between the two companies, which you know in acquisitions is absolutely critical. I can tell you, I'm really, really happy with the way that the sales forces are engaging. They speak the same language, they understand each other. We're seeing very, very quick sort of account by account strategies being formed in the field. So the big, big key here is growth, and we continue to go drive that every day.

And then it's not saying that we're not going to see the rest of the benefits through the OGM line on all the things I outlined earlier around logistics costs and using the buying power that HP has, but we are ultra-focused on growth, and we're ultra-focused on those revenue synergies.

Aaron Rakers

That's perfect. The other quick question I had here, and I apologize I'm going a little bit back and forth is that, can you help us unpack a little bit of the mix of the Poly business? I think one of the areas was obviously the video capabilities in the office side. I think HP outlined an expectation of seeing that market triple over the next several years. What -- unpack Poly, what percentage of Poly would do you put in this -- in some of those segments?

Andy Rhodes

Sure. I mean we're not going to break it down, but I'll give you a rough idea. It's probably roughly 30% room solutions, 30% headsets and then 30% IP phones and then services that surround all of those. We see the significant growth in room solutions. And so room solutions is the key because the two reasons.

One, it's where the growth is going to be over the next couple of years? And second is, it's the one that is most ripe for radically changing the experience for this hybrid work environment.

Second area that we're focused on moving forward is many of our customers want to buy it as a service. And that dovetails into you talked about Workforce Solutions. Dave Shull, who is the CEO of Poly has stayed on HP, which is fantastic, and he's leading that workforce solutions business. And so bundling this all together providing superior value for our customers by offering it as a service is going to be another big area that we're going to focus on in terms of providing that offer and then seeing that grow.

Aaron Rakers

Perfect. Andy, I think we've -- you've answered a lot of the questions I had. Is there anything that we didn't touch on that I think would be worth maybe highlighting here?

Andy Rhodes

No, I think you covered it very, very well, and we're excited about the business. I think acquisitions are always relatively hard. I think two things. One is, as I said, culturally, the fit is amazing and had a very, very fast start. Secondly, haven't yet met a customer that doesn't think this is a great idea or a channel partner.

And thirdly, as I said, even as spending is reduced in certain areas, this is one that customers want to continue to go spend on because it's absolutely tied to productivity. And as you go through these environments, that's what you want, you want to have much more productive workers.

Aaron Rakers

Andy, thank you so much for joining us.

Andy Rhodes

Great. Thank you. Thanks.

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Killexams : CBI takes over probe of HP constable recruitment paper leak case CBI takes over probe of HP constable recruitment paper leak case © Provided by The Statesman CBI takes over probe of HP constable recruitment paper leak case

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has finally registered two FIRs in the constables and drivers recruitment paper leak case of Himachal Pradesh (HP) on 30 November and has taken over the investigations.

The state government had accorded its consent on May 18, 2022 for the CBI investigation into the two FIRs registered in the context of the paper leak. One was registered on May 5, 2022, at Gaggal police station in Kangra, and the other on May 7, 2022, at CID police station, Bharari, Shimla.

The Central government had given its consent for the CBI probe on November 1.

DSP Dinesh Kumar of CBI Chandigarh will investigate Kangra FIR while DSP Ravinder Kush, also of CBI, Chandigarh, has been handed over the investigation of the Shimla FIR.

The exam was conducted on March 27, 2022, for which as many as 75,000 candidates had appeared in the written exam of the Police Department for the recruitment of 932 male and 311 female candidates to 1,334 posts and 94 male constables to the posts of driver, at 81 examination centers in 11 districts of the state.

According to the Kangra FIR, state police personnel were asked to conduct an investigation regarding candidates who scored more than 65 marks out of 70. It came out that Manish Kumar of Nurpur (Kangra), Mani Chaudhary, a resident of Fatehpur (Kangra), Gaurav, a resident of Kangra, along with several others, got the question paper and answers at Gaggal, Chandigarh, Panchkula, and other places a day or two before the exam. They allegedly paid a huge amount in return.

Regarding Gaurav, it was specifically mentioned in the FIR that he got the answers to the questions at Thakur Kanshi Ram Web Solution Centre in Gaggal (Kangra).

In the Shimla FIR, it was mentioned that the interrogation of Manish Kumar, a resident of Nurpur (Kangra), revealed that his maternal uncle told his father Ashok Kumar that the owner of Commando Defence Academy, Rehan, Sunil Kumar, could procure a question paper for Rs 8 lakh. His father agreed to the proposal.

On March 26, 2022, Manish Kumar went to Rehan along with his father and maternal uncle. At Rehan, he was taken in a sky-blue colored Innova to Chandigarh. Apart from him, there were seven more persons in the Innova who were from Baijnath, Palampur, Chamba, and Una.

They were made to stay in a room in Chandigarh. Their phones were switched off. At around 10:30 pm, two persons came to their room and gave them a paper with multiple options. Correct answers were marked in it. They were asked to cram the paper. Thereafter, Manish Kumar was dropped back and he went straight to the examination center. The same questions were there in the paper, said the Shimla FIR.

As a result, Manish Kumar scored 67 marks in the written exam. Other persons belonging to Una and Chamba were sent back separately.

From the interrogation of Manish Kumar, it is clear that this cheating has taken place in Una and Chamba as well and the possibility of similar offence by candidates in other districts in HP cannot be ruled out, said the Shimla FIR.

The HP police have arrested more than 170 people including candidates, parents, and agents in the case so far and three charge sheets have been filed too. It came out that an organized network of interstate kingpins and agents was behind it and the accused hailed from other states too including Bihar, UP, Delhi, Uttrakhand, and Rajasthan. A state-level SIT interrogated senior police officials in the case.

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HPPSC Asstt. Engineer Answer Key 2022: Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (HPPSC) has released the provisional answer key for the post of Asstt. Engineer – Electrical (HPSEBL) on its official website. The screening test for the post of Asstt. Engineer Electrical (HPSEBL) was held on 06 November 2022. Candidates appeared in the screening test for the Asstt. Engineer – Electrical (HPSEBL) post 
can download Answer Key from the official Alternatively, HPPSC Asstt. Engineer Answer Key 2022 can also be downloaded via the direct link provided below-

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Commission has uploaded the Answer Key for all the four series including A/B/C/D on the official website for which exam was held on 06 November 2022. 

Candidates can raise their objections, if any regarding the answer key with the guidelines given on the official website. In a bid to  raise the objection, candidates will have to provide the documentary proof in respect of key received in the office of Commission only with the proforma given on the short notification. Candidates can send their objections in person/by post/through courier to the address given on the notification on or before 14 November 2022. 

Candidates can download the HPPSC Asstt. Engineer Answer Key 2022 through the official website after following the steps given below. 

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Killexams : New Commercial HP Jet Fusion 5400 Series and Metal Jet S100 Solution Accelerate Production Applications

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PALO ALTO, Calif., Nov. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- This week at Formnext, the world’s largest additive manufacturing event, HP is showcasing its new commercial Jet Fusion and Metal Jet 3D printing solutions, new post processing capabilities, expanded Digital Manufacturing Network (DMN), new materials and recycling program, and a variety of industrial production applications. The show marks the first time HP is publicly exhibiting its new HP Jet Fusion 5420W Solution including white applications, and the full modular HP Metal Jet S100 Solution including a new John Deere production application.

“Additive manufacturing delivers on today’s most urgent market demands including sustainable innovation, hyper-personalization, and business resiliency,” said Didier Deltort, President of Personalization & 3D Printing, HP Inc. “Together, with our global network of partners and customers, we are scaling additive manufacturing to meet these needs.”

New Metal Jet S100 Production Application

Launched in September, HP’s Metal Jet S100 Solution is enabling industrial customers such as Domin Digital Motion, Lumenium, and Schneider Electric, to achieve better productivity, low part cost, and outstanding quality. John Deere, the global manufacturing leader of agricultural and construction equipment, is using Metal Jet technology for the production of a valve in the tractor fuel system.

Together with GKN, John Deere is now manufacturing Metal Jet-printed valves in its agricultural machinery. In addition to significant productivity gains and environmental benefits, the high-quality part is functional in extreme weather conditions. John Deere is also leveraging HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology to optimize its production process, using 3D printed prototypes to test and fine tune components and parts such as windshield holders, reducing pre-assembly from 30 days to ten, delivery times by up to ten weeks, and overall production costs by between 20 to 25 percent.

“Our focus on innovation and sustainability is at the core of everything we do for our customers,” said Dr. Jochen Müller, Manager Global Digital Engineering at John Deere. “We are proud to be among the first in the agricultural industry to leverage the benefits 3D printing for both prototyping and final parts production. Leveraging industrial 3D printing platforms for polymers and metals, we are discovering opportunities to deliver more efficient, reliable, and sustainable equipment.”

HP Unveils New Jet Fusion 5400 Series

To enable entirely new production applications, HP is adding the new HP Jet Fusion 5400 Series to its existing Jet Fusion portfolio, and unveiled the first product in the series, the HP Jet Fusion 5420W Solution. The new solution enables consistent, high-quality production of white parts, and provides the benefits of HP’s robust, manufacturing-ready Multi Jet Fusion platform, including industrial-grade reliability, low cost per part, and enhanced manufacturing predictability. Ideal for the automotive, consumer goods, healthcare, and industrial markets, early customers using the new solution to produce innovative white applications include DI Labs, Prototal Industries, and Weerg.

“HP continues to provide us with the advancements we need to push the boundaries of additive manufacturing and produce the final parts our customers need,” said Jan Löfving, CEO, Prototal Industries. “Beyond the industrial grade production HP delivers, we are seeing immediate interest in the new white applications made possible by the latest addition to HP’s Multi Jet Fusion family. As a proud Digital Manufacturing Partner in HP’s DMN, we are equipped to take on bold, innovative projects and help companies get the most value out of AM production.”

HP’s commitment to providing customers with new innovation, technological advancements, professional services, and flexible business models is yielding significant growth of parts production. Since announcing its cumulative 100 million Multi Jet Fusion parts milestone at Formnext last year, more than 70 million additional parts have been printed in the past twelve months.

In addition to the new white applications, HP is showcasing a variety of production parts across industries, including award-winning applications from General Motors and Smith:

  • Using their HP Jet Fusion fleet, GKN Forecast 3D produced 60,000 spoiler closeout seals with BASF ULTRASINT® TPU01 (thermoplastic polyurethane) for General Motors. Innovative vapor polishing and drying processes enabled by AMT cleared a bottleneck, halved production time, and were used to finish parts, eliminating the need for post-print dyeing. The seals close out gaps on the left and right sides of the rear spoiler, improving finish and fuel efficiency, and the spoiler closeout seal recently earned top prize in the additive manufacturing category at the 51st annual SPE Automotive Innovation Awards.

  • Demonstrating the power of hyper-personalization, Smith I/O MAG Imprint 3D Goggles are produced with Multi Jet Fusion technology and offer a truly custom fit based on the individualized features of a person’s face. Named one of Time Magazine’s Best Inventions of 2022, these first-of-their-kind goggles eliminate light leaks, air gaps, and hot spots for world class performance on the slopes.

Ecosystem Collaboration – Materials and Post Processing

HP continues to work closely on materials development with partners including Arkema, BASF, Evonik, and Lubrizol. This includes Lubrizol’s announcement of the new ESTANE 3D M88A TPU, a flexible and highly durable material which enables complex geometries and lattice structures.

To advance post processing, HP and AMT announced a new strategic alliance to provide customers with seamless, fully automated post processing support through the entire 3D printing production workflow. Together, the companies are helping customers more efficiently and cost effectively integrate and apply post processing capabilities such as unpacking, cleaning, surface finishing, coloring, sporting and quality control, for applications produced with HP’s industrial Jet Fusion 3D printing portfolio including HP’s new Jet Fusion 5420W Solution. Oechsler, a leading industrial technology company and a new Digital Manufacturing Partner in HP’s DMN, is the first to take advantage of the joint post processing support to develop a range of applications.

“At Oechsler, we choose to work with companies who have a shared vision of working together to deliver optimal outcomes.  HP and AMT building a comprehensive approach from printing to an integrated post processing solution is a critical step in the adoption of additive manufacturing at scale,” said Matthias Weisskopf, General Manager, OECHSLER Motion.

In addition to its partnership with AMT, HP is collaborating across the post processing ecosystem to ensure customers have access to a broad range of alternatives from providers including AM Flow, DyeMansion, and Rösler Group AM Solutions. DyeMansion is offering advanced post processing options for Multi Jet Fusion customers including surface finishing and coloring for white parts produced with the new Jet Fusion 5420W Solution.

HP 3D Printing Commitment to Sustainability

3D printing is increasingly being recognized as a conduit for more sustainable manufacturing. The latest AM Power 'Sustainability of Metal Additive Manufacturing’ report confirmed that metal binder jetting is one of the most sustainable production methods compared to traditional manufacturing. As an active member of Additive Manufacturing Green Trade Association (AMGTA), HP is committed to accelerating sustainable manufacturing practices internally and across its ecosystem of partners and customers.

Globally, companies of all sizes and across industries, including HP’s network of production partners, have signaled the importance of sustainable production practices. In response, HP is offering its customers using polymer-based technologies a new Virtucycle® recycling and buyback program by Arkema. The program enables interested HP customers to sell used PA11 and PA12 powders, and printed parts, as opposed to disposing materials via costly, environmentally harmful practices such as landfilling or burning.

HP Showcasing New Advancements and Applications at Formnext

Learn more on how to propel your business with the new HP Jet Fusion 5420W 3D Printing Solution and Metal Jet S100 Solution. See the new solutions in action along with industrial production applications at the HP booth at Formnext (Hall 12.1; booth D59).

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Killexams : Monadnock Launches HP Indigo Solutions Portfolio of 100% Post-Consumer Waste Recycled Material

Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc., the oldest continuously operating paper mill in the United States, is pleased to announce its HP Indigo Solutions Portfolio of 100% Post-Consumer Waste (PCW) paper, packaging, and environmental graphics materials. The product portfolio, complete with a comprehensive listing of available weights, sizes, and properties, is now featured in a comprehensive Stock Guide publication.

Either certified or optimized for use on HP Indigo printers, all portfolio offerings are made with Forest Stewardship Council-certified 100% PCW recycled fiber, manufactured carbon neutral and made with 100% Green-e certified wind powered electricity. Additionally, the recycled paper is processed chlorine free, and the entire production process operates under third-party Certified ISO 14001 Environmental and ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems.

“Sustainability has never looked better, especially when brands are looking for printed materials, signage, and packaging that are brought to vivid life with HP Indigo presses,” said Julie Brannen, Director, Sustainability Solutions, Monadnock Paper Mills.

Monadnock’s HP Indigo Solutions Portfolio comprises:

post-consumer wasteAstrolite PC 100 Digital+ Smooth

A premium, smooth, and bright white fine printing paper with superior formation and surface uniformity. Optimized for HP Indigo presses, beautiful full-color photographic reproductions are among the ideal applications when maximum contrast and image impact are required.

Astrolite PC 100 Velvet

The only premium coated 100% recycled text and cover paper line made in the U.S., the universal Velvet coating is optimized for HP Indigo, dry toner, lithographic and Heat-Set Web presses. This material is designed for eco-conscious brand owners, designers, and printers who are searching for high quality graphic reproduction in premium retail and corporate marketing communications.

Envi PC 100 Performance Board

Crafted in smooth and vellum uncoated or coated finishes, it is widely specified by leading cosmetic, nutraceutical, fragrance, entertainment and other consumer packaged goods brands. This elegant material marries performance with sustainability.

Envi PC 100 Velvet Card Stock

A durable and high-performing alternative to plastic and PVC, it is a recycled and curbside recyclable material in wide global use in gift cards and carriers, hospitality, loyalty, promotional, membership and merchandise return cards. Its universal Velvet coating is optimized for HP Indigo, dry toner and offset presses.

Like all Envi Card stocks, it easily accepts magnetic stripes, signature panels, scratch-offs, and barcodes. With its high rigidity and superior graphic flexibility, end-users can expect the same superior performance they get with either virgin fiber or plastic products. This product is HP Indigo optimized.

Envi Wallgraphics

This 100% PCW recycled product is the favored alternative to vinyl for residential and commercial decor, carrying a class “A” fire rating based on the ASTM E-84 standard for smoke generation and flame spread.

Brands and printers can expect beautiful photographic reproduction not only on HP Indigo, but also on latex or UV inkjet presses. Envi Wallgraphics are prepasted for easy installation and it is fully strippable for easy removal. It is washable and scrubbable for easy cleaning and sanitizing. It is REACH, Lacey Act, CPSIA & RohS compliant as well as HP Indigo optimized.

“Monadnock’s team of material and coating certified worked closely with the talented professionals from HP and a host of printers and package printers to test (and test again and again) to ensure that this portfolio met the most stringent performance, converting, and processing demands,” said Brannen. “Now, it’s our pleasure to further meet and exceed the high visual and sustainability demands of creatives and brands.”

Source: Monadnock

The preceding press release was provided by a company unaffiliated with Printing Impressions. The views expressed within do not directly reflect the thoughts or opinions of the staff of Printing Impressions.

Wed, 16 Nov 2022 05:55:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : Best HP printers of 2022: Portable, laser, all-in-one, inkjet and more


This month, we've compared the following list of HP printers across multiple aspects including their printing speed and quality to design and build. We've assessed how easy it's to set them up, their running costs, and connectivity options, among other things.

The best HP printers have been around since the company built its first desktop laser printer in 1984, known as the LaserJet. As one of the biggest names for printers, the company produces some of the best printers on the market.

No one model is necessarily the best for HP printers because they come in such a broad range. So, all sorts of users, from photographers, business owners, and home users, can find the most suitable printer for them.