MULTI-JET FUSION by HP
With groundbreaking speed and robust materials properties, Multi Jet Fusion (MJF by HP) will speed your project's time to market. Our new 3D Manufacturing Center is powered by 12 HP Jet Fusion 3D printers, and has the capability to produce up to 600,000 production parts a week. With our upgraded capacity combined with MJF's incredible speed and material properties, we can now fulfill high volume production orders - fast.
HP's 3D printing technology, MJF (also known as HP Jet Fusion 3D Printing), utilizes fusing and detailing agents over a powdered nylon 12 building area, with infrared lamps fusing an entire layer in a single pass. This highly efficient method can build functional, geometrically complex parts at 80 micron layers at a time - with mechanical properties that rival injection molded parts.
With the MJF process, you are not captive to traditional manufacturing design constraints or required to make large capital investments for tooling. This manufacturing process delivers parts within days, allows you to make design revisions as needed, receive parts just in time, and in turn deliver products to market faster - manufactured in the USA.
- Speed - more than 10x faster than traditional systems
- Ability to rival IM cost in some cases
- Manufacture in the USA
- Excellent dimensional accuracy and detail
- Robust mechanical properties
- Isotropic in all axes
- Great for Prototype & Production
- Flexible manufacturing
- Functional prototypes and end-use parts
- Robust, precise parts
- Quick go-to-market strategy for new products
- Batch production for testing and validation
- Higher volume production needs
|Standard Lead Time||2-3 days|
|Standard Accuracy||+/-.012 up to 3.937inches and +/-.003 for every inch above that|
|Standard Build Layer Thickness||80 Microns|
|Minimum Wall Thickness||.020" / .5 mm (XY plane is .012” [.3mm] and for the Z plane .020” [.5mm])|
|Maximum Part Dimensions||in a single build: 256 x 340 x 360 mm but part size is unlimited as parts can be bonded|
|Finishes||MJF parts are a light gray directly off the machine after post processing, and typically dye parts black as our default finish.|