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Multi-Jet Printing (MJP) 3D printing from 3D Systems is the latest technology for producing high speed, accurate to CAD precision parts and prototypes. Capable of printing in Ultra High Definition mode, MJP makes it possible to print even smaller features, down to 300 microns or finer.
When you need high-resolution parts, there is no better choice.
|Maximum Build Size||294 x 211 x 144 mm (11.6″ x 8.3″ x 5.7″)|
|Lead Time||2-3 days|
|Prototyping Applications||Visually aesthetic, complex-shaped and detailed concept models|
|End-Use Applications||Low-volume, detailed and functional end use parts|
|As Printed||–||Transparent||MJP printed parts are often left as printed, as they are naturally aesthetic and have an excellent smooth finish.|
|Painting||All||Black, Pantone/RAL colours||Painting is a way to add colour and a great way to improve the aesthetics of MJP parts.|
|Dyeing||All||Black, Pantone/RAL colours||Dyeing is the fastest and most cost-effective way to colour MJP printed parts. It is mainly used to improve aesthetics.|
|Range of Material Options|
3 star = excellent | 2 star = good | 1 star = poor in comparison
High Resolution Prints
Due to its 3D printing process, MultiJet Printing enables 3D printing of high-resolution prototypes with the finest details
Complex geometries can be built more easily due to the 3D printing process, adding complexity without additional cost.
Parts can typically be shipped in 2-3 days, allowing for faster design iterations and speed to market.
MJP is capable of producing end-use parts and prototypes on-demand. It si often used in the medical industry.
MultiJet Printing or MJP is a fairly new additive manufacturing technology introduced to the industry in 2016. It uses a UV-cured resin and produces high detail, high resolution parts. It is great for both high detail prototypes and models and intricate production parts.
MJP deposits droplets of photoreactive material that solidify when subjected to UV (ultraviolet) light. This process continues layer by layer until the part is complete.
MJP is a fantastic choice for high resolution, detailed parts and models. Often utilised for concept modelling and communication, sales and marketing models. The high speed throughput makes it a great choice for rapid design iteration for rigid plastic or elastomeric products. Some of the materials enable biocompatible medical devices to be made quickly. It can also be used for jigs, fixtures and tools.
The many strengths of MJP make it applicable in many industries, including the automotive, aerospace, medical and electronics industries.