3D printers are becoming a huge part of the next generation of manufacturing and are going to become a mainstay of our lives, writes James Ransom, Chief Analyst at IDC. 1 Related Headlines HP announces first 3D printer for research & development

By James RamahelyPosted Mar 01, 2019 07:05:10A decade ago, 3D printing was a novelty.

But now it’s a core part of our everyday lives, and one of the fastest growing industries in the world.

Today, companies like HP, Lenovo, and Dell are using 3D-printed parts for new designs.

And as more 3D manufacturing is available to more and more consumers, there is a new demand for 3D printed parts for personal and commercial use.

We have seen a massive increase in the number of 3D Printers, and this will continue to grow in the years to come.

There is also a growing interest in 3D Printing in many industries, from health care to transportation.

3D Printables are being used in the manufacture of automotive parts, and the automotive industry is particularly excited about this.HP’s new HP-T5 printer will be one of these 3D Printed devices.

The HP-t5 printer has a 3D scanner, which allows for printing parts in the shape of a human body.

It can also print parts that are smaller and more durable than traditional printers, such as prosthetic limbs, and even clothing.HP says it has been using the HP-TT5 for over a year, and that it will be available in March 2019.

The printer will cost $1,000, and will be compatible with the HP line of printers, including the HP Pro, HP Elite, HP Touch, and HP Touch Pro.HP is partnering with the University of Texas at Austin, Texas A&M University, and New Mexico Tech University to produce HP-branded 3D prints.

The printers will be shipped to the US, Europe, Australia, Canada, and Asia Pacific.

According to HP, the printer will help researchers develop 3D parts that could be used in medical or engineering applications.

It will also provide a way for HP to test the printer’s performance before production.HP will also be able to manufacture the printer at its facilities in Houston, Texas.

The HP-tt5 will be able produce the same parts as the HP printers at the University and the company’s facilities in Austin, Tex.