HP Multi-Jet Fusion (MJF)
Volume Production of End-Use Parts
Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) by HP is a new powder-based 3D printing process that chemically melts powder together to create durable, complex parts with a consistent surface finish & excellent mechanical properties.
Multi Jet Fusion is ideal for manufacturing end use parts at high volumes. The technology is powder based which means parts can be nested & stacked in the z axis to rapidly produce parts at higher volumes faster than other 3D printing technologies.
Parts 3D Printed
MM Part Tolerances
Average Lead Time
Materials | HP Multi Jet Fusion
PA 12 (Nylon 12)
Tough and Durable
PA 12 is a durable nylon material with excellent surface resolution. PA12 produced using Multi Jet Fusion is very high density (98%) makes the parts highly durable, and watertight right out of the printer. PA12 also meets meets USP Class I-VI and US FDA guidance for Biocompatability.
Colours Available: Black
Izod Impact, Notched
95 °C @1.82 MPa
Advantages of Multi Jet Fusion
Produces dense, functional parts with consisitent durablity. Tough enough for end-use, low-volume production.
Durable yet more accurate than FDM, MJF is capable of replicating small features with crisp details and a consistent surface finish.
Hundreds of parts can be stacked and nested together in MJF’s spacious build of 380 x 284 x 380 mm (15 x 11.2 x 15 in)
Small Production Runs
MJF is ideal for small production runs of end use parts with material properties comparable to injection molded parts.
Design Guidelines | Powder Bed Fusion
Minimum Wall Thickness:
Thickness & depth of at least 0.8 mm
Thickness & depth of at least 0.7 mm
Minimum Hole Size
1.5 mm or 3 mm for internal chanels
Maximum Build Size
200 x 250 x 330 mm (16 x 14 x 14 in.)
±0.3%, with a lower limit of ±0.3 mm.
Parts are sandblasted and have a uniform grainy matte texture
Warping & Deformities
Avoid large flat planes which are likely to cause warping.