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HLH Rapid offer Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) 3D printing services. HPs game changing 3D printing technology is a type of powder bed fusion system similar to SLS. The material is also a PA (Nylon) material and the technology produces great prototypes and functional parts. It is suitable for some of the most demanding applications. Black or full colour versions are available.
|Our Capabilities||Industrial MJF|
|Maximum Build Size||294 x 211 x 144 mm (11.6″ x 8.3″ x 5.7″)|
|Lead Time||3-4 days|
|Prototyping Applications||Functional, high-fidelity parts for testing|
|End-Use Applications||Low-volume, functional end use parts|
|Sanding||All||–||Bead blasting is a standard MJF 3D printing finish used to remove any remaining powder from the printed parts.|
|Dyeing||All||Black||Dyeing is a fast and cost-effective way to colour MJF parts. It is mainly used to improve aesthetics.|
|Vapour Smoothing||All||–||Vapour smoothing is used to enhance mechanical properties and a part’s colour consistency and hue.|
HP MJF produces functional nylon parts with near-isotropic properties that can be used for detailed prototyping and end-use low-volume production. To take full advantage of this technology, learn to design assembly parts, wall thickness and more.
MJF 3D printing can make a single part or component as easily as dozens
or hundreds of production pieces.
Geometries can be built more easily due to the 3D printing process,
adding complexity without additional cost.
Parts can typically be shipped in 3-4 days, allowing for faster design
iterations and speed to market.
MJF 3D Printing is capable of producing end-use parts with near-isotropic
properties on-demand, increasing throughput
Multi Jet Fusion or MJF is an additive manufacturing technology introduced
MJF builds parts by jetting a binding agent onto thin layers of polymer powder particles (typically nylon) and then sintering them using an IR heat source.
Multi Jet Fusion produces functional nylon parts, great for testing and low-volume end-use.