Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) Service
Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) service is a 3D printing technology developed by Hewlett Packard. MJF 3D printing is a powder bed fusion process, which is to say it involves laying down a layer of material in powder form, then fusing the grains of powder together using a combination of selectively deposited chemicals and heat. Powder bed fusion processes are especially powerful for cutting-edge design because the loose powder associated with the printing process allows for geometries to be created that would otherwise be impossible, such as captured features (e.g., a part with a part).
MJF printers leverage HP’s proprietary jetting technology to rapidly define which material is to become solid and which material is to remain as loose powder. As a result, it is a relatively fast 3D printing process. This is especially true for larger quantities of parts that can fill the entirety of an HP print bed.
Learn more about this technology from our interview with HP’s Ramon Pastor, President and General Manager of HP’s Multi Jet Fusion.
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