HP, a unit of HP Inc., is showing off its latest line of printers at the Consumer Electronics Show.
The HP Tangos are a line of HP Laserjet 3D printers with a number of HP components.
HP has been selling its new Tangos for several years.
The Tangos feature a 3D printed case with a HP logo, and HP is making them available to the public.
The HP Tangoes feature a printer head that has been machined from a 1/8-inch thick ABS plastic.
The printer head can print in ABS plastic, PLA, ABS filament, or a combination of ABS and PLA.
The printers have a 5″ x 6″ print bed that’s capable of printing up to 18 x 24″ (55 x 90 cm).
The HP Spark printers have similar features, but they are 3D prints made with HP Spark technology.
The Spark printers are available with a 5.5″ x 8.5 ” print bed, and the HP Spark 3D printing technology can print up to 25 x 30″ (79 x 90cm).
HP’s Spark printers use a printer motor that runs at 3,500rpm.
HP is touting the Spark printers as “the fastest, most flexible, and easiest to control 3D print system.”
The HP Pulsar printers have the same 3D-printing capabilities as the HP Tangomos, but the Pulsars use a 3d printed case instead of ABS.
The PulsARS feature a 7″ x 9″ print space that can print 18 x 30 x 40″ (76 x 100cm).
The printers have two extruder heads, and one printer motor.
The printing speed is 10,000 RPM (up from 7,000).
HP is also offering the Polaris PulsAR, which can print 12 x 20 x 40 in PLA or ABS, or 16 x 30x 40 in ABS filament.
The printers come in three sizes: 5.25 x 5.75 x 7″ (24 x 28.5 x 35cm), 7.25″ x 7.5″, and 9″ x 10.5″.
The HP Polarises printers have an integrated cooling fan.HP has also announced its Spark printers for home use.
The new Spark 3Ds come in 3D and 2D versions.
HP says that Spark 3ds can print “any color or pattern” of filament.
HP Spark 2Ds are available for home printers, and there’s a version for commercial use.
The new Spark printers come with HP’s InkJet technology.
HP’s inkjet technology, which is already used by many manufacturers for printers, allows for 3D parts to be printed directly onto printed plastic or a 3-D printable substrate.
HP InkJet 3Ds are a bit of a departure from HP’s previous printers, which were 3D based printers with no 3D scanning capabilities.HP also announced new Spark 2D printers that can handle ABS filament and ABS filament filament.
The company says that these new printers will be available in March of this year.
HP expects to offer these printers to home users in the second quarter of this fiscal year.