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Why print with us?
We have spent years curating the highest quality parts and materials for 3D Printers. So when it comes to 3D Printing, we know a thing or two about quality. Our HP multi jet fusion printers are the latest in high resolution full color 3D printing technology. They're capable of producing industrial strength, functional parts faster than traditional 3D printing methods with incredible color and detail. The Nylon PA12 material has excellent chemical resistance and impressive flexibility while remaining very strong. It can maintain fine detail with dimensional accuracy.
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What is Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printing?
Multi-jet fusion, also known as power bed fusion, is the conversion of powered nylon material into a solid 3D object with multiple printheads. These printheads simultaneously heat and fuse the nylon material while applying ink to the surface. The result: a full color (CMYK) 3D print made of strong PA12 nylon. This unique printing process means faster prints with minimal post processing. It means incredibly detailed functional mechanical prototypes with little to no assembly and absolutely no need for support structures.
With HP's jet fusion technology, we deliver the best quality part in a fraction of the time of other printing technologies AND in full color.
Applications & Industries
Who Uses MJF?
As the industry continues to evolve, the applications for 3D printing are ever growing. If you have a project where you need proof of concept or a single prototype part printed, we provide the cost effective option when purchasing a printer doesn't make sense. Our capabilities don't stop with single parts. We also offer volume runs. So, if you need multiple pieces for a complex part or a large quantity of a short run project, we do that too! The possibilities are endless!
Some major brands for consumer applications like electronics, toys, eyewear and sportswear are also using full color multi-jet fusion technology. Check out the video below to see how an industry leading eyewear brand you may know harnesses this technology for their product development.