MJF 3D printing service
MJF 3D printing service offers a wide range of services to meet your 3D printing needs. With over 10 years of experience, we are experts in the field of 3D printing and can provide you with the best possible service. Contact us today to learn more about our services or request a quote.
Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) Process
Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) is a 3D printing technology that produces parts by fusing small droplets of material together. The MJF process uses two materials: a build powder and a fusing agent. The build powder is a finely-divided powder that can be fused together by the fusing agent to create a solid object. The fusing agent is deposited onto the build powder in a pattern that corresponds to the desired shape of the final part.
The MJF process offers many advantages over other 3D printing technologies. It is capable of producing parts with very fine details and smooth surfaces. Additionally, it can print multiple parts simultaneously, making it ideal for production applications.
Available materials for MJF 3D printing
MJF produces parts from engineering thermoplastics. Here are the materials that are used in our 3D printing process.
|HP PA 12 (Nylon 12)||HP PA 12 is characterized by high strength and stiffness, good abrasion resistance and excellent chemical resistance. It can be injection molded, extruded or machined.|
|Glass-filled HP PA 12||Glass-filled HP PA 12 is a thermoplastic resin with excellent strength and stiffness. It is extensively used in the automotive, electrical, and consumer electronics industries.|
Available surface finishes for MJF 3D printing
Using post-processing techniques, MJF can produce parts that have higher mechanical properties or better appearance.
|Gray||As printed MJF parts are typically gray in color and have a smooth, powdery texture. They lack visible layers, giving them a uniform appearance.|
|Dyed (black)||MJF parts are deeply dyed black by immersion in a warm color bath. The dye penetrates everything: all surfaces and even 0.5 mm beneath the surface, too.|
|Spray painting||MJF parts are available in white, black, or any specified RAL or Pantone color.|
|Tumble smoothing||The parts go through a tumbler which contains small ceramic chips, slowly eroding its surface down to an injection molding-like finish.|
Applications for MJF 3D printing
MJF can be used to create accurate physical screenshots that show off a design's detailed aspects while maintaining its animation.
The MJF company specializes in creating fully functional prototypes with moving parts and monolithic assemblies.
Direct Digital Manufacturing
With Multi Jet Fusion, you can make large quantities of discrete or customized parts that are low-cost and quick to manufacture.
Overview: What is MJF 3D printing?
MJF, or Multi Jet Fusion technology, is a 3D printing process developed by HP. It involves the use of powered fusing agents that are selectively deposited onto a print bed in order to produce a three-dimensional object.
What are the benefits of MJF 3D printing?
MJF 3D printing offers a variety of benefits over traditional manufacturing methods. It is more precise, efficient, and cost-effective.
With MJF 3D printing, you can produce parts with greater accuracy and detail than with traditional methods. In addition, MJF 3D printing is faster and more efficient, allowing you to produce parts in less time.
Finally, MJF 3D printing is more cost-effective than traditional methods, making it the ideal choice for businesses and individuals alike.
What industries is MJF 3D printing suitable for?
Here we explore some industries where MJF 3D printing is suitable.
- Aerospace industry – The aerospace industry is one sector that has been quick to adopt additive manufacturing technologies for a number of reasons. With the need for lightweight and durable parts, 3D printing has proven to be a valuable manufacturing process for producing airplane parts.
- Automotive industry – The automotive industry is another sector that has seen great success with 3D printing. In fact, there are a number of car companies that are now using additive manufacturing to produce spare parts.
- Medical industry – The medical industry is one sector where 3D printing has truly made an impact. From prosthetics to surgical tools, 3D printers are now being used to manufacture a wide range of medical devices and products.