Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)

The Multi Jet Fusion technology uses a powder for its production process. The process starts by warming up the area to be covered by the powder. A binding agent is precisely applied on the powder layer, using printing heads. The binding agents is gradually hardened using a thermal source to create the final product.

With its high solidity and the level of detail, the resulting products can be used as functional prototypes or end parts. The high-speed printing also enables small-run production. The technology supports full-colour printing or print solidity or properties modifications.

HP Jet Fusion 3D 4200

HP Jet Fusion 3D 4200 offers excellent mechanical and chemical resistance of functional prototypes and final parts. The printing material recycling process optimizes this machine’s production costs. In this field, this devise is a competitor to injection moulding.

Product examples:

Building space 380 x 284 x 350 mm
Layer thickness 70 – 100 µm
Available materials PA12 solid material, parts with a high level of detail
  PA12 GB material filled with glass balls to increase stiffness
  PA11 pliable material

Schematic images of 3D printing technologies are used with the permission of Prof. Steffen Ritter.