Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)

Reinvent How You Prototype and Produce Functional Parts

Ideal for mechanical testing and production manufacturing

Multi Jet Fusion

HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology offers high build quality at a much higher speed, and at the lowest cost, relative to competitive 3D printing solutions in the marketplace today.

What are the prime applications ?

Prime applications for 3D printing include the functional and aesthetic components of machines, consumer and industrial products that are manufactured in short and medium runs up to thousands of units. Before 3D printing, parts with complex surfaces, moving elements, and internal fluid passages were assembled from sub components that were aligned and assembled with fasteners and/or adhesives. In conventional parts—especially those designed to handle air and liquids—joints and sealing surfaces may be points where mechanical failure and leakage occurs. But, with 3D printing, complex parts can be produced either as a single piece or from far fewer sub components.

3D printing has the potential to simplify design and manufacturing processes and to reduce processing time and costs. Parts can be made by 3D printing that cannot be made by other methods, and this creates many new possibilities for innovations in design, form, and function.

What is the Digital Manufacturing Network (DMN) ?

The Digital Manufacturing Network (DMN) is a very select group of production-capable suppliers of Multi Jet Fusion parts, as certified by HP.

HP set a standard of very high quality in printed parts that DMN members must meet for solutions engineering, production capacity, consistency, quality and repeatability of prints.  HP audited all partners to also verify our stability as a company.

GoProto was selected by HP as one of the first six foundation partners globally that meets the very high standards of acceptability. HP selected GoProto as a foundation partner to deliver prototype and production parts in North America due to our customer-solutions orientation, production capacity, and decades-long relationship with the HP printing family.

As one of the first service bureaus to be selected in the country, we offer leading-edge expertise, and will help you get started with this groundbreaking manufacturing process. Whether you need quick-turn prototypes or more robust production parts, GoProto is your source for all things Multi Jet Fusion.

MJF Materials

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NEW! TPA (Thermoplastic Amide, Elastomer) || (Properties) – Softer durometer, high durability, springy and flexible elastomer material
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PA12 || (Properties) – High strength general purpose Nylon 12 material
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Glass Bead Filled PA12 || (Properties) – High strength general purpose Nylon 12 material
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PA11 || (Properties) – High strength and high flexibility general purpose Nylon 11 material made from castor bean oil
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TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane, Elastomer) || (Properties) – Specially optimized elastomer for HP’s Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology
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MJF Finishing

Vapor Smoothing || PostPro3D® BLAST is a physical-chemical-based process that can smooth a wide variety of thermoplastic polymers that are printed in MJF, SLS or FDM 3D printing technologies.
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Cerakote || Protective ceramic-based thin film coating providing UV resistance, Heat resistance and chemical resistance to MJF parts.
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Hydrographics || A method we use to apply printed designs onto parts printed with Multi Jet Fusion
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Metalization || Cosmetic and functional metal plating for parts printed with Multi Jet Fusion
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Dyeing, Painting, Clear-Coat || A method we use to apply printed designs onto parts printed with Multi Jet Fusion
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[Download] MJF Design Guide

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HP DMN Partner GoProto & Ropes Edge Produce Trusted Solution

For true 3D Printing innovation, we help refine your product design to bring you to market faster. As an HP DMN partner, GoProto assisted Ropes Edge in producing a new safety device to protect life-supporting ropes from damage on sharp edges. We utilized HP’s Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology to sharpen Ropes Edge’s design and bring their product to market faster and cheaper than possible with traditional manufacturing methods.

“Thank you Karime, It arrived this AM. Thank you. My customer was ‘wowed’ that we could get it done so quickly. You made us look good. Thanx for your efforts.” — Philip (a manufacturing company)
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