With HP's introduction of Multi Jet Fusion technology, many things have changed in the 3D printing industry: the production capacity often 10 times higher than the old SLS technology, an uptime close to 100%, a very affordable production cost, but above all the production of excellent functional pieces, are greatly expanding the sectors where 3D printing has become convenient both from a technical and an economic point of view.
Let's see together what are the most used and effective materials of this technology.
The Four Main MJF 3D printing materials
1. Nylon PA12
With this material you can get robust thermoplastic high density parts with balanced property profiles and strong structures and provides good chemical resistance to oils, greases, aliphatic hydrocarbons, and alkalies.
Ideal for complex assemblies, housings, enclosures, and watertight applications. The versatility of this economical and light material makes it capable of competing in cost and quality with injection molding.
There is no doubt that HP Multi Jet Fusion technology has revolutionized the 3D printing sector with its ability to produce not only perfectly functional prototypes but also runs in a few days and at competitive costs (and with much simpler design) compared with the injection molding.
Let's take a summary look together with the characteristics of the main HP multi jet fusion materials to choose the best for our projects:
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