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Hewlett-Packard, an American multinational information technology corporation, has been revealed by PopSci it's workings to aid a medication production, applying their inkjet technology into the pharmaceutical arena through its Direct Digital Dispenser or HP D300. According to TheRecycler.com, "the machine, 10 years in the making, utilises printhead technology from the OEM’s inkjet machines to help scientists and researchers create new medications for use in healthcare."
The technology actually came from the same inkjet technology used in the OfficeJet Pro X's printhead that contains 42,240 nozzles that jet out inkjet drops of six picoliters each to create a finesse touch. Upon such use, HP realized that the same technology can be applied to pharmaceutical processes and be used to make new medicines.
Joe Dody, Business Manager of Speciality Printing Systems for HP stated: "We imagined the application and we worked with customers to convince ourselves and the industry that we were creating value in doing it,” he says, “So we gained support from HP to make a business out of it."
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