HP Showcases Large-Format Printing, Workstations and 3D Innovations at Autodesk University 2015
LAS VEGAS, Nov. 30, 2015 – At Autodesk University 2015, HP is showcasing its robust portfolio of large-format printing solutions, workstations and 3D printing technology, enablingarchitecture, engineering, construction (AEC) and manufacturing professionals to move from ideation to creation effortlessly and naturally. HP booth 332 will feature:
- The U.S. debut of the new HP DesignJet T830 and T2530 Multifunction Printers (MFPs) and the HP All-in-One (AiO) Printer Remote application.
- The recently announced HP ZBook Studio G3 Ultrabook and Z240 Small Form Factor Workstation, along with the HP Zvr immersive display.
- 3D print samples produced using HP Multi Jet Fusion™ technology.
Large-format printing for today’s fast-paced Autodesk environments
- Half the size of competitive large-format MFPs, the HP DesignJet T830 MFP is the industry’s most affordable, compact and transportable integrated large-format MFP.(1,2,3)The device offers a damage-resistant design, able to withstand challenging construction sites, and a built-in scanner.
- The HP DesignJet T2530 provides advanced design and engineering workgroups A1/D-size prints in as few as 21 seconds, 2.5 inch-per-second color scanning and advanced security protocols.
- The new HP All-in-One (AiO) Printer Remote is a free mobile application that enables easy, convenient printing and scanning to HP web-enabled printers and MFPs whenever or wherever(4) from both Apple® and Android™ devices.(5)
- HP PageWide XL 4000 and 4500 series printers help technical work teams increase productivity with faster, lower-cost printing than light-emitting diode (LED) printers.(6)Anticipated to be available in January 2016, these devices produce monochrome and color prints in a single, easy-to-use device at speeds up to 12 D/A1 pages per minute with a quick 30-second first page out.
- The HP PageWide XL 5000 MFP provides fast and efficient monochrome and color prints in a single device with up to 30 percent savings in total production costs.(7) The MFP provides small- to medium-sized reprographic houses and enterprise central reprographic departments (CRDs) mid-volume technical document production at speeds up to 14 D/A1-size prints per minute.
HP’s fastest and lightest workstations, certified for Autodesk software
HP Z Workstations enable Autodesk users to stay ahead of the curve with professional desktop and mobile workstations designed for large and complex datasets, dispersed teams and tight deadlines. HP Z Workstations are tested and certified for Autodesk® software, and deliver the innovation, high performance, expandability and extreme reliability needed to take performance and productivity further. The HP booth at Autodesk University will feature:
- The new HP ZBook Studio G3, a sleek stylish 15.6” diagonal quad-core workstation Ultrabook™1 offering great looks, light weight and workstation level CAD performance. Key features include Intel® Xeon® processors options, HP Z Turbo Drive G2, dual Thunderbolt 3, up to 32 GB ECC memory and an NVIDIA® Quadro® M1000M professional graphics GPU.
- HP Z240 Small Form Factor Workstation, a speedy little workstation with features that make it an ideal 3D CAD and BIM platform without breaking the bank. Key features to note in the Z240 are Intel® Quad-Core Xeon® processors, 64GB of high speed DDR4 ECC memory, professional graphics and the new NVMe based Z Turbo Drive (yielding up to 4X speeds over conventional SSDs).
- Sprout by HP, an innovative multi-display and touch surface computer that uses multiple cameras and a pen/touch interface to allow the user to truly immerse themselves in their designs. Sprout will be demonstrating Autodesk SketchBook Pro and Eddison mixed reality interface with Autodesk Navisworks.
- HP Zvr Virtual Reality Display, a 24-inch stereo display with head-tracking that immerses users in a 3D visualization environment, complete with a 3D stylus for exploring assemblies in the Z-dimension.
HP at Autodesk University 2015
As an Autodesk University Diamond Sponsor and a co-sponsor of the Education Design Slam, HP is providing attendees with a well-rounded view of new and leading technology as well as an opportunity to learn about the latest AEC and manufacturing trends in engaging sessions including:
- Bruce Blaho, fellow and vice president, HP Inc., will join Lynn Allen, Autodesk customer evangelist, for Technology Trends Impacting the Future of Making Thingson Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 5 p.m. Joined by other top technology providers, the discussion will highlight new and emerging advancements shaping the future of how things are made.
- On Wednesday, Dec. 2 at 8 a.m., a panel of HP experts will present Blended Reality: atoms to bits, in between, and back again, sharing the HP Blended Reality vision spanning 3D printing, 3D scanning, immersive computing and mobility.
- HP DesignJet T830 MFP customer Hensel Phelps will speak in a session discussing “Visualization and Information Mobility Mega-trends for BIM and Productivity” onWednesday, Dec. 2 at 4:30 p.m.
Additional information about the HP Designjet portfolio is available at www.hp.com/go/designjet. More information on HP Z Workstations is available at www.hp.com/zworkstations. More information about 3D printing with HP Multi Jet Fusion technology is available atwww.hp.com/go/multijetfusion.
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(1) The HP DesignJet T830 Multifunction Printer is the most compact 36-inch device performing large-format print/scan/copy functions and is at least half the size (without the legs) based on H x W x L specifications published as of September, 2015.
(2) Based on 36-inch Wi-Fi integrated MFPs available in the market as of September, 2015.
(3) Available for the first time in the industry, the HP DesignJet Rugged Case is compatible with the HP DesignJet T830 MFP and features bigger, reinforced wheels and feet on its stand, making transport for printing at job sites more convenient.
(4) Local printing requires mobile device and printer to be on the same network or have a direct wireless connection. Wireless performance is dependent on physical environment and distance from access point. Wireless operations are compatible with 2.4 GHz operations only. Remote printing requires an Internet connection to an HP web-connected printer. Wireless broadband use requires separately purchased service contract for mobile devices. Check with service provider for coverage and availability in your area. Seewww.hp.com/go/designjetmobilityfor more details.
(5) The HP All-in-One Printer Remote mobile app is available for Apple®iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch running iOSv7.0 or later and for Android™mobile devices running Android™v4.4 or later. The HP All-in-One Printer Remote mobile app is available for free from the Apple®App Store for Apple®mobile devices and from the Google Play Store for Android™mobile devices.
(6) Fastest based on alternative low-volume LED printers and MFPs (under 7 D/A1 pages/minute) as of April, 2015. Operational costs based on low-volume LED technology under $20,000 USD in the market as of April, 2015. Operational costs consist of supplies and service costs. For testing criteria, seehp.com/go/pagewidexlclaims.
(7) Production costs savings based on an HP PageWide XL 5000 Printer compared with a combination of a mid-volume monochrome LED printer and a mid-volume color production printer (both under $40,000 USD) as of April 2015. Production costs consist of supplies and service costs, printer energy costs, and operator costs. For testing criteria, see hp.com/go/pagewidexlclaims.