Here at GoProto, we’ve joined with HP to bring our customers the best in innovation as we leverage Multi Jet Fusion, or MJF. Glass bead-filled nylon allows for stiff and yet functional components that are fitting for a variety of industries: automotive, aerospace, medical devices, consumer products, and jigs/fixtures/assembly aids.
Parts are consistent, durable and production-grade.
Get stiff, functional parts with HP’s Multi Jet Fusion in Glass Bead-Filled Nylon
+ Designed for production of test and end-use, functional parts across a variety of industries (automotive, aerospace, medical devices, consumer products, jigs and fixtures).
+ Ideal for applications requiring high stiffness like enclosures and housings, fixtures and tooling.
+ Provides dimensional stability along with repeatability.
Quality and speed at a low cost per part
+ 40% glass bead filled thermoplastic material with optimal mechanical properties and high re-usability.
+ Jet Fusion technology produces parts faster than legacy processes like SLS.
Go with the pros at GoProto
+ The manufacturing experts at GoProto and HP have been working together over the past two years to study the metrology and fine-tune these game-changing printers. That unparalleled experience delivers strong, precise parts on time and to spec.
+ We recently moved and doubled our factory space and boast the 2nd largest Multi Jet Fusion capacity in the country along with our FDM and SLA capabilities.
|General properties||Powder melting point (DSC)||186 ºC/367 ºF||ASTM D3418|
|Particle size||58 µm||ASTM D3451|
|Bulk density of powder||0.48 g/cm3||ASTM D1895|
|Density of parts||1.30 g/cm3||ASTM D792|
|Mechanical properties||Tensile strength, max load7, XY||30 MPa/4350 psi||ASTM D638|
|Tensile strength, max load7, Z||30 MPa/4350 psi||ASTM D638|
|Tensile modulus7, XY||2800 MPa/406 ksi||ASTM D638|
|Tensile modulus7, Z||2900 MPa/421 ksi||ASTM D638|
|Elongation at break7, XY||6.5 %||ASTM D638|
|Elongation at break7, Z||6.5 %||ASTM D638|
|Izod impact notched (@ 3.2 mm, 23ºC), XYZ||2.7 KJ/m2||ASTM D256 Test Method A|
|Thermal properties||Heat deflection temperature (@ 0.45 MPa, 66psi), Z||173 ºC/344 ºF||ASTM D648 Test Method A|
|Heat deflection temperature (@ 1.82 MPa, 264psi), Z||121 ºC/250 ºF||ASTM D648 Test Method A|
|Recyclability||Refresh ratio for stable performance||30%|
Jesse Lea, the President of GoProto has put together a few short videos demonstrating Multi Jet Fusion’s capabilities. In fact, he goes on to say in the video –
“It’s very flexible and very capable…” – Jesse Lea | President of GoProto
MJF process & details: MJF is an additive process where parts are built layer-by-layer in PA12 Nylon or PA12 Glass Bead-Filled material, but unlike any process we’ve seen before. It’s a unique, hybrid methodology which employs a roller to first lay out a thin layer of granulated nylon on the print bed. The MJF printer then adds fusing and detailing agents via a large number of print nozzles at the Voxel (3d Pixel) level. Heat energy is then passed over the mix to fuse, cure and apply specifically-tailored mechanical properties. This is done in cross-section of the part layer by layer until the part is fully built up. The parts are then removed from the powder, cleaned, finished and inspected.
GoProto Services: GoProto continues to offer a vast array of conventional quick-turn manufacturing options, which have only been strengthened by the addition of MJF. Whether you need FDM or SLA, Machining or Sheet Metal, Tooling or Finishing, GoProto is your one-stop shop that will help solve your most complex engineering challenges.
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