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Avnet's Supply Chain Navigator Interview with Stuart Pann, Chief Supply Chain Officer, HP Inc.

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SCN: It’s been about two and a half years since the HP separation. What can you tell us about who HP Inc. is today and what it took to get the company to this point?

How the Digital Manufacturing Revolution Can Benefit Everyone

From Davos, HP’s head of 3D printing explores ways to democratize the technology that will change our world.
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By Stephen Nigro, President of 3D Printing Business, HP Inc. — January 25, 2018

Arrow Electronics Supports Effort to Build First 3D Printed Home for the Developing World

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Arrow Electronics has teamed with Silicon Valley non-profit New Story to help complete the first low-cost, 3D printed house for humanitarian purposes. The nonprofit, which focuses on providing safe homes for people living in inadequate housing around the world, plans to print a small concrete test home later this year in rural El Salvador.

Youth for Technology Foundation and HP Foundation Announce New Partnership to Boost 3D Printing Education

Available on HP LIFE, the course will introduce students to 3D printing; the uses, benefits and the opportunities that exist in the space
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At the World Economic Forum’s 48th Annual Meeting this week, Fundación Jóvenes por la Tecnología (YTF) and HP Foundation announced a new 3D printing course to be delivered through the HP Foundation Learning Initiative for Entrepreneurs (HP LIFE) platform as a training course for individuals to learn how to use 3D printing and create entrepreneurial opportunities.

Towards a Brighter Future

by Alexandre Lalumiere, Director of Client Sales, 3D Printing, HP
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Yesterday, I participated in Shell’s #MaketheFuture Festival Singapore, and was among the panelists during the Shell #PoweringProgress Together (PPT) Asia forum. The energy was positively electric!

EHS Impacts of 3D Printing: A 360-Degree View

Your Complete Guide to Preparing a New Additive Manufacturing Setup
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3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is becoming a game-changer in many industries and supply chains--from the technology industry printing prototypes for new products. It can be used to make quick scale models, fixtures, and jigs as well as final products -- from running shoes to jet engine fuel nozzles to electrical boxes in satellites.

What Do You Dare to Repair?

HP | Dare to Repair: 3D Printed Part Contest
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by Nate Hurst, Chief Sustainability and Social Impact Officer at HP

The Three Things Global Leaders Need to Do to Prepare for the Next Big Economic Shift

By Dion Weisler, President and CEO, HP Inc.
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The fourth industrial revolution is upon us. Technology, jobs, government policies, and entire economies around the world are on the edge of a massive shift. This presents a once-in-a-generation opportunity for global leaders to come together and embrace new digital technologies that hyper-charge their economic prospects, create new manufacturing jobs, educate the next generation of highly skilled labor, and ultimately shape the next hundred years of our planet.

The Sustainability of Additive Manufacturing at Solar Turbines

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Click here to read about how Solar Turbines has used Additive Manufacturing to produce and repair production components in-house.

Replacing conventional casting with these technologies allows Solar Turbines to develop and test components more quickly, produce components less expensively and repair components that would otherwise be scrapped.

Let's Get Circular

by Nick Lazaridis, President of the EMEA region for HP Inc.
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What if we lived in a world where we didn’t own anything? I’m not talking about giving away all of our possessions and living in a yurt. I mean what if we could still enjoy all of the latest gadgets and appliances we love, and the clothing and furniture we need, but we just paid to use them instead of bought and owned them outright? What if we didn’t have the hassle or expense of maintaining them or replacing them when they no longer served their purpose? What if doing things this way was better for the environment and more efficient for the companies making these goods?

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