Our MJF 3D Printing Service
Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) is HP's proprietary 3D printing process. In MJF, parts are built by jetting a binding agent onto thin layers of polymer powder particles (typically nylon) and then sintering them using an IR heat source. MJF produces functional plastic parts with isotropic mechanical properties that can be used for detailed prototyping or end-use low-volume production.
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Advantages of MJF
Available Materials For MJF
Post Processing For MJF
Susceptible to warping, large flat areas must be avoided
Thin-walled or large, flat surfaces should be reinforced with ribs or gussets
0.25 mm. We recommend letters with a minimum line thickness of
0.5 mm, a depth of 1 mm, and an overall height of at least 2.5 mm.