HP ‘Stitch’ and 3D printing proposes micro-manufacturing

HP ‘Stitch’ and 3D printing proposes micro-manufacturing

HP is good at engineering — it can be said, with some justification, to be one of the founders of Silicon Valley — and happily this was on full display at the Innovation Summit

A rejuvenated HP is pointing to a new future of ‘glocal’ manufacturing with its fabric ‘Stitch’ and 3D printing technologies.

HP is not rock and roll, this we know. Its one attempt to be rock and roll — licensing Apple’s iPod during the doldrum years when Carly Fiorina was at the helm — was a disaster. All the more puzzling then, that the company’s 2019 Innovation Summit, held in Barcelona last month, was replete with...

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