Multi Jet Fusion
Full colour 3D printing capabilities are possible with our Muti Jet Fusion (MJF) technology. The MJF process uses an inkjet array to deposit fusing and detailing agents across a bed of nylon powder. This is then fused by heating elements and after each layer, powder is distributed across the top of the bed and the process repeats.
No support material is required as the bed contains unfused powder which supports the printed part. The unused powder gets recycled back into the system. This technology is ideal for producing functional Nylon PA 12 prototypes and end use parts.
1 x HP Jet Fusion 580 [332x190x248]
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