Multi-Jet Fusion Materials and Finishing

MJF is an additive process where parts are built layer-by-layer in nylon material. The resulting parts from MJF manufacturing are extremely strong, highly-accurate, and have a surface finish that makes them ideal for mechanical testing and production manufacturing.


MJF Materials

TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane, Elastomer) || (Properties) – Specially optimized elastomer for HP’s Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology
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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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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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