Hewlett-Packard is taking a step towards peak point of the company’s ambitions in 3D printing.
Hewlett-Packard is putting in associate to administer new 3D printing cluster once the industry is segmented into two separate businesses, according to an enclosed note of company.
Steve Nigro, HP’s senior vice president of imaging and printing, can take control of the 3D printing company for the recently created H.P. INC., the company which will specialize in printers and private computers.
“As our 1st 3D printing product nears industrial accessibility, I’m making a replacement 3D printing company group and center of excellence,” wrote Dion Weisler, the soon-to-be H.P. INC. CEO, wrote within the note. “With that in mind, I actually have asked writer Nigro to show his entire focus to 3D Printing, continued to report back to American state.”
HP has been developing 3D printing technology over the years, however has yet to launch a printer. H.P. said it plans to try in next year.
HP’s call to separate into 2 firms is meant to relinquish the new smaller unit additional focus and foster quicker decision-making. Meg Whitman can become chief operating officer of the other company, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, which can specialize in marketing data center gear and business consulting services.