Multi Jet Fusion Printing

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Key Fob

Type: Basic

Material: PA12 Nylon

Finish: Dyed Black

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Ring

Type: Basic

Material: PA12 Nylon

Finish: Dyed Black

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Sphere

Type: Basic

Material: PA12 Nylon

Finish: Dyed Black

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Levers

Type: Basic

Material: PA12 Nylon

Finish: Dyed Black

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Modular Gears

Type: Basic

Material: PA12 Nylon

Finish: Dyed Black

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Drone Chasis

Type: Basic

Material: PA12 Nylon

Finish: Dyed Black

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Texture Sample

Type: Basic

Material: PA12 Nylon

Finish: Dyed Black

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Spiral Gears

Type: Basic

Material: PA12 Nylon

Finish: Dyed Black

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Vacuum Chasis

Type: Basic

Material: PA12 Nylon

Finish: Dyed Black

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Cap

Type: Basic

Material: PA12 Nylon

Finish: Dyed Black

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Rack and Pinion

Type: Basic

Material: PA12 Nylon

Finish: Dyed Black

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Mechanism

Type: Basic

Material: PA12 Nylon

Finish: Dyed Black

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Casing

Type: Basic

Material: PA12 Nylon

Finish: Dyed Black

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Rigid Support

Type: Basic

Material: PA12 Nylon

Finish: Dyed Black

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MJF – What is it?

Features

Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) is a 3D printing technology that produces multiple parts quickly using production thermoplastic materials for both prototypes and production parts. Its speed and material costs offer a viable method for small lot production without the cost of tooling. We use a state-of-the-art HP 3D printer to give you optimal results for your job.

Not sure if MJF or SLA 3D Printing is the right choice for your prototype? Talk to one of our experts about your project and we’ll help you select the most effective technology.

Benefits for Prototypes

If you need a prototype turned around quickly, MJF might be the best solution. It is able to produce parts with a very high level of detail.

Here are some of the additional benefits of Multi Jet Fusion printing for prototypes:

  • Fast Delivery
  • Low Cost
  • Durable Production Material
  • Production Grade Texture Finish
  • High Resolution/Accuracy
  • Best Prototyping for Proving Out Your Design
  • Strongest prototpying technology

Benefits for Production

Get the parts that you need sooner. Durable nylon polyamide materials are well-suited for an array of different production needs. Plus, you can keep costs low without the need for additional post-production processes.

Below, we highlight the benefits of using Multi Jet Fusion for production:

  • Direct (JIT) Just in Time Manufacturing
  • Durable Production Thermoplastic Materials
  • Short Lead Time
  • Production Grade Texture Finish
  • No Tooling Cost
  • Implement Design Changes Quickly
  • High Resolution / Accuracy

Why Us

Since 1990, our process engineers have been perfecting our understanding of 3D printing and have developed proprietary calibration methods to achieve the most accurate results. We will assist you throughout the entire process, from concept to production to delivery.

  • 25+years of experiance
  • Free Technical Support Consultation
  • Short Lead Time
  • Advanced SHOTSHEEN®️ Finish
  • Quality System & Custom Calibration Methods
  • Advanced Systems & Post Process Automation
  • Production Control ERP System

Technology - Quick View


Accuracy/Tolerance
  Low
←→
High  
 

Resolution
  Low
←→
High  
 

Material:Production-Like
  Low
←→
High  
 

Cost per part
  Low
←→
High  
 

Delivery-Small Qty(Prototypes)
  Slow
←→
Fast  
 

Delivery-Large Qty(Production)
  Slow
←→
Fast  
 

Build Volume

14 x 14 x 11
Design Guidlines

Is your custom design suitable for Multi Jet Fusion? Find accuracy, resolution, and other design parameters here.

Materials

We use a fine grain polyamide material, PA-12 and PA-12GB, which are optimized for HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing. Learn more about these nylon-like materials.

Finishes

Here you can find out more about the available types of custom finishes, colors, and other options.

Applications

Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing technology is suitable for an array of applications, including:

  •   Direct manufacturing.
  •  Short-run production of complex parts.
  •  Functional prototypes.
  •  Manufacturing fixtures.

Muti Jet Fusion Sample

Types of MJF Parts

Basic
Parts that are per the process followed by glass beading and dyeing black. This type of part can be used for fit and function as a prototype and low volume production.
Custom
Custom parts include secondary operations.  These can include painting, plating, decorating, texturing, and threaded inserts. Call to discuss with an application engineer.

The Multi Jet Fusion Process (MJF)

MJF Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the largest part that can be made with MJF?
  • What is the finish for MJF parts?

Multi Jet Fusion Projects and Resources