HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)

HP's Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) is an additive manufacturing process, where parts are built by thermally fusing particles of polymer powder layer-by-layer. In MJF, an ink is dispensed on the powder that promotes the absorption of infrared light. An infrared energy source then passes over the building platform and fuses the inked areas.

The MJF is much faster than SLS and parts printed on the MJF have superior strength and flexibility compared to parts printed on SLS. 

Materials we can print:

- Nylon PA 12

Post-Processing:

Painting, Dying, Splitting and Joining for larger parts, Screen Printing, Enameling on embossed logos or features, High definition smooth finish, Assembly.

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Quick Facts

 In MJF the recovered powder can be 80-85% recycled and reused, while in SLS the powder is only 50% recyclable.

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