Our MJF 3D printing service

Production capacity

Maximum build size

145 × 145 × 175 mm (5.7" x 5.7" x 6.8")

Standard lead time

6 business days

Dimensional accuracy

± 0.5% with a lower limit of ± 0.15 mm (± 0.006")

Layer height

25-100 um

HPs game changing 3D printing technology is a type of powder bed fusion system similar to SLS. The material is also a PA (Nylon) material and the technology produces great prototypes and functional parts. The speed means it is a fantastic choice for low volume production runs. Black or full colour versions are available.

Advantages of MJF


MJF 3D Printing can make a single part or component as easily as dozens or hundreds of production pieces.

Complex Geometry

Geometries can be built more easily due to the 3D printing process, adding complexity without additional cost.

Rapid Turnaround

Parts can typically be shipped in 3-4 days, allowing for faster design iterations and speed to market.

Part Production

MJF 3D Printing is capable of producing end-use parts with near-isotropic properties on-demand, increasing throughput.

Applications for MJF

Functional prototypes

Manufacturing aids

Jigs and fixtures

Final part production



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What is MJF 3D printing?
MJF 3D printing service is an industrial-level 3D printing technology with a high precision of up to 0.1mm, fast printing speed, and the ability to support multiple materials such as nylon and PA12. The process involves designing the model using CAD software, setting the printing parameters, printing the model using multiple nozzles to layer melted plastic powder on the print bed, and post-processing to clean and polish the final product. It is commonly used in the manufacturing industry for producing automotive, medical, aerospace, and mechanical parts, as well as in rapid prototyping and low-cost production.

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