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HP MJF 3D Printing Capacities

HP Multi Jet Fusion is a powerful 3D printing technology that produces highly accurate and durable parts at fast speeds, especially compared to other powder bed fusion technologies. Multi Jet Fusion parts are great for end-use, low-to-mid volume production, rapid prototyping, or as a bridge process to injection moulding. MJF printed parts can be post-processed by dyeing, sanding and plating.

  • Lead time: 3 days
  • Build volume: up to 380 x 284 x 380 mm, while we normally recommend the maximum size of 356 x 280 x 356 mm
  • Layer thickness: ~0.08 mm
  • Minimum feature size: 0.5 mm
  • Minimum wall thickness: 0.6 mm (supported), 0.7 mm (unsupported)*
  • Tolerance: ±0.3% (± 0.2 mm)

*Please note that parts with a wall thickness above 7 mm will be hollowed

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Advantages of HP MJF with Xometry

Massive Capacity

Massive Capacity

We can quickly produce both prototypes and large batches thanks to the largest manufacturing network in Europe, with over 2,000 vetted partners

Fast Production

Fast Production

You will get your 3D printed parts fast delivered in as fast as 3-5 days.

Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance

We have strong QA procedures, controlled by an in-house team of QA engineers, which allows us to deliver high quality parts.

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Engineering Check & Status Updates

All designs are checked by engineers before they’re sent for 3D printing. After confirming your order, you will receive status updates on your production.

HP MJF 3D Printing Materials

Rigid Plastics
  • Nylon 11 / PA 11
  • Nylon 12 (PA 12) glass-filled
  • Nylon 12 / PA 12 (SLS, MJF)
  • Nylon 12 full-colour / CB PA 12
  • Polypropylene (PP)
Flexible Plastics
  • TPU (Polyurethane)

Finishing Options for MJF 3D Printing

Pros & Cons of MJF 3D Printing

AdvantagesConsiderations
Free form design: doesn’t need support featuresLimited material and colour choice
Versatile, durable, flexible and chemical resistant material (Nylon)Surface roughness (however, could be reduced by media tumbling)
Scalable into seriesWarping issues for large feature
Fast: Xometry can deliver them in just 3 days
Cheap, especially for small series

HP MJF Manufacturing Specifications & Capabilities

HP MJF SLS SLA FDM Carbon DLS DMLS Polyjet

Lead time

3 days

3 days

7 days

8 days

5 days

5 days

7 days

Build volume

up to 380 x 284 x 380 mm, while we normally recommend the maximum size of 356 x 280 x 356 mm

up to 340 x 340 x 605 mm, but usually, we recommend the maximum size of 320 x 320 x 580 mm

• 145 × 145 × 185 mm (Standard)
• up to 736 x 635 x 533 mm (Industrial)

• 350 x 350 x 350 mm (Standard)
• 900 x 600 x 900 mm (Industrial)

up to 119 x 189 x 300 mm. Recommended size: Within 100 x 100 x 150 mm

400 x 400 x 400 mm

up to 490 mm x 391 mm x 200 mm

Layer thickness

~0.08 mm

~0.1 mm and for water-tight parts 1.5 mm, when wall thickness is higher

min 0.02

~0.05-0.3 mm

~0.1 mm

0.02 – 0.08 mm depending on the material

0.04 mm

Minimum feature size

0.5 mm

0.5 mm

0.2 mm

up to 0.2 mm

0.5 mm

0.75 mm for cosmetic features, 1.5 mm for structural features

1.2 mm or greater for rigid. 2 mm or greater for rubber-like

Tolerance

±0.3% (± 0.2 mm)

±0.3% (± 0.3 mm)

• ±0.5% (±0.2 mm) (Standard)
• ±0.5% (±0.15 mm) (Industrial)

±0.5% (±0.5 mm) (Standard & Industrial)

±0.1% (±0.1 mm). However, tolerances are not guaranteed on the first attempt at a new design.

±0.2% (±0.1 – 0.2 mm)

±0.1 mm for the first dozens of mm is typical, plus ±0.05 mm for every mm thereafter

Description

A technology that produces highly accurate and durable parts at fast speeds, especially compared to other powder bed fusion technologies

One of the most popular and inexpensive technologies for industrial 3D printing

A technology that produces extremely accurate and high-resolution parts

Widely known for a great material selection, accuracy, and possibility to print large parts

A breakthrough technology that uses digital light projection, programmable liquid resins, and oxygen-permeable optics to produce parts with exceptional durability, resolution, and surface finish

Metal 3D printing technology. Selectively fuses a fine metal powder in aluminium or stainless steel

Polyjet is a rigid photopolymer 3D printing technology that produces high-detailed models

Support structures

No

No

Yes, for overhanging features

Yes, for overhanging features

Yes, for overhanging features

Yes, for overhanging features

Yes, for overhanging features

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