Multi Jet Fusion or MJF is an additive manufacturing method invented and developed by the company Hewlett-Packard (HP). It creates parts additively thanks to a multi-agent printing process.
In this process a fusing agent is applied on a material layer where the particles are destined to fuse together. Then a detailing agent is applied to modifiy fusing and create fine detail and smooth surfaces. To finish, the area is exposed to energy that will lead reactions between the agents and the material to create the part.
When the printing process is complete, the build box is removed from the printer. An operator carefully extracts the parts from the build box and removes the remaining powder thanks to brushes and air blowers.
At 3D Printing Studios we are using the HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D 4200 printer to 3D print your part in Multi Jet Fusion PA 12. The machine has a maximum building size of 380 X 284 X 380 mm for raw printing. Layer thinkness between is between 0.07mm to 0.12mm. Accuracy is +/- 0.2mm.