HP MJF 3D Printing Service

Precise, Strong & High Quality End Use Parts (from 1 to 10000 units) in 2 to 3 days.

HP Multi Jet Fusion

Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) is an advanced 3D printing technology developed by HP. It utilizes multiple jets to selectively apply fusing and detailing agents to a powdered material, creating high-resolution, durable parts. MJF offers exceptional speed, accuracy, and versatility, making it ideal for rapid prototyping and production-grade manufacturing. Experience the future of additive manufacturing with HP’s groundbreaking Multi Jet Fusion technology with us.

This highly efficient method allows for the creating of functional and intricately designed parts. Each layer, with a thickness of 80 microns, contributes to the mechanical strength of the final product, comparable to injection moulded parts. 

With this modern production process, you no longer have to be bound by traditional manufacturing constraints or the need for costly tooling investments. What’s more? You can receive your parts within days, make design changes as necessary, and deliver your products to market faster. This flexibility and quick turnaround time give you a competitive advantage and the ability to adapt swiftly to market demands. We are proud to be the best MJF 3D Printing services in India with dedicated experts in Bangalore, Hosur, Hyderabad, Pune, Mumbai, Coimbatore and Delhi.  Start Prototyping with MJF, confidently swift serial Production with MJF.

Amuse 3D - Your Serial Production Specialist

Engineering, Quality, and Reliability – that’s what differentiates us. With our automotive production experience, we have attained the highest level of quality in working with advanced standards and traceability. We maintain this standard consistently with our MJF 3D Printing, as it reflects our commitment to whatever we do.

AMUSE MJF 3D PRINTING PROCESS

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To bring high speed and competitive cost, we have invested in the most advanced polymer system in market HP MJF 5200 printers.

We are committed to delivering high-speed production and cost-effectiveness. From protoyping to production, we want our customers to have best offer in any part of their value stream That’s why we have made a strategic investment in the cutting-edge HP MJF 5200 (X2), the most advanced polymer system available in the market. With this state-of-the-art HP MJF 3D printing process, we ensure superior results and unmatched efficiency for your manufacturing needs.

  • Available Materials: PA12, PA11, and  PA12GB
  • Build Size : 380mm * 284mm * 380mm
  • Dimensional Accuracy:    ± 0.3% with a lower limit of ± 0.3 mm
  • Post Processing Options:  Industrial Painting, blasting, UV & pad Printing, and Smoking
  • Standard Lead time ( at your door) : 3 to 5 days within India,  4 to 7 days Worldwide.

    *Note: we expedite your parts as fast as same day and our daily cut-off at 2 pm (IST).
HP MJF 3D Printers Fleet at Amuse
Amuse MJF 3D Printing Machine

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Surface finishes for MJF 3D Printing​

We offer a range of surface finishing options, sometimes to mimic moulded finish. These finishes enhance both the aesthetic and functional qualities of printed parts. Besides, we have other advanced post processing techniques – Learn More

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As Printed

Sand or Graphite blasted. Color in gray, surface with a smooth texture, no visible layering, and a powdery finish.

HP MJF PA12 Automotive Cluster

Black Smoking

Colour penetrates into surface and no or mild change in surface dimensions

MJF 3D Printing for EV Plastic Trims

Amuse Matt

Creates a polished finish similar to injection molding. Slighly raises this surface dimensions

MJF 3D Printed Automobile Trims

Amuse Gloss

Creates a highly polished finish similar to your painted car parts. Slighly raises this surface dimensions

AMUSE MJF 3D Printing Free Sample request

We believe in delivering excellence from the very start. That’s why we offer HP MJF 3D printed samples of your part to validate. Try before you buy, and experience the difference in precision and quality with MJF 3D Printing. Upload your model or request our part. 

General inquiries? Questions about engineering? Do you seek support with your design?

"SMART PRICING STRATEGY"

Discover our attractive pricing schemes from MJF 3D Printing! We offer various options, including Quality Optimization, Cost Optimization, Price Match Guarantee, High Nesting Discount and Volume Discounts. Ultimately, it all depends on how we prepare your build for excellence. Our expert team will be happy to provide you with everything you need to succeed. Talk now for better pricing.

HP MJF 5200 Build at Amuse

How MJF is compared to other 3D Printing technologies?

Feature MJF (Multi Jet Fusion) SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) SLA (Stereolithography)
Strength High; suitable for functional parts due to robust material properties High; good for functional parts, slightly less strong than MJF

Moderate to high; dependent on materialand print settings

Moderate; resin can be brittle, but specialized resins offer higher strength

Cost Moderate $$ ; higher than FDM but generally lower than SLS and SLA for batch production High $$$; due to material and process costs Low $; materials and equipment are relatively inexpensive Moderate $$ to high $$$$; resin costs and post-processing add to overall expense because of the support structure
Surface Finish Smooth with minimal visible layers; superior surface quality compared to FDM and SLS Slightly grainy due to powder texture; smoother than FDM Visible layer lines; requires post-processing for smooth finish Very smooth and detailed; best surface quality among the four
Minimal Features Fine details possible; better than FDM, comparable to SLS Good for small features, slightly less defined than MJF Larger minimum feature size due to nozzle size; less detailed than MJF and SLS Excellent; capable of excellent features and intricate details
Accuracy High; precise control over part dimensions with consistent results 
± 0.3% with a lower limit on ± 0.3 mm (0.012’’), Minimum Feature size 0.3 to 0.5 mm

High; similar to MJF, slightly less accurate due to thermal effects
± 0.3% with a lower limit on ± 0.3 mm (0.012’’), Minimum Feature size 0.5 mm

Moderate; less accurate than MJF and SLS, affected by
material shrinkage ± 0.5% with a lower limit on ± 0.5 mm, Minimum Feature size 2mm

Very high; extremely accurate, best for intricate and detailed parts  ± 0.3% with a lower limit on ± 0.3 mm,
Minimum Feature size 0.2 mm 

Some General MJF 3D printing FAQs

MJF (MultiJet Fusion) is known for generating strong and durable parts, especially when powdered nylon (PA12) typically have tensile strength values in the range of 45-55 MPa (Megapascals) is used. MJF products have comparable strength to injection-moulded plastics and can endure a wide range of mechanical stresses and pressures.

At Amuse, we offer wide materials right from PA12, PA12GB and PA11 to meet your specific requirements. 

 

 

Yes! we run our printer every day. Sometimes put two prints in as day. To ensure delivery with short lead time. 

We expedite your parts in FIFO fashionideally we will add to same day print and our daily build cut-off at 2 pm (IST).

Painting on MJF parts gives you Amazing results. We have state of the art industrial paint booth to give exact end part feel as if it was tooled up. 

Simply share us your RAL code or your sample part we will do the rest. Read more here 

FDM and MJF are two 3D printing methods with distinct advantages and disadvantages. FDM makes part from molten thermoplastic layers, whereas MJF fuses powdered nylon layers with binding agents. MJF prints more smoothly and quickly, making it perfect for prototypes and low to mid-volume production. FDM is adaptable, although it may necessitate extra post-processing. Consider your specific needs when choosing between the two.

Answer which 3D printing technology is “better”  MJF or SLS depends on our needs and project specs. Each technology has benefits and drawbacks that make it better suited to specific applications. Here is a summary of their key strengths.

SLS (Selective laser sintering) is an additive manufacturing process that employs a high-powered laser to selectively fuse powdered material (such as nylon, thermoplastics, or metals) layer by layer to construct the finished object.

  • Improved material versatility: SLS can deal with a variety of materials, including nylon, thermoplastics, metals, and ceramics, providing you with more alternatives for your project.
  • High-quality prints: Because of the sintering process, SLS creates items with good mechanical strength and fine features, making them suited for practical prototypes and end-use parts.
  • SLS is capable of handling elaborate and sophisticated designs, making it helpful for manufacturing parts with intricate internal systems.

MJF (MultiJet Fusion): MJF uses powdered material (typically nylon based), but it uses several jets to apply a liquid binding agent and heat to fuse the powder, layer by layer, to make the item.

  • Faster print speed: MJF is often faster than SLS, allowing for faster part production and making it appropriate for projects with short deadlines. MJF generates smoother surfaces and greater surface details, leading to more visually pleasing parts with fewer visible layer lines.
  • MJF is ideal for functional prototypes and small to medium-volume production of end-use parts due to its speed and surface finish combination.
  • Faster print speed: MJF is often faster than SLS, allowing for faster part production and making it appropriate for projects with short deadlines.
  • MJF generates smoother surfaces and greater surface details, leading to more visually pleasing parts with less evident flaws.

The conclusion is MJF produces parts that are stronger and more flexible compared to SLS parts. Additionally, MJF parts exhibit more uniform mechanical properties throughout the entire part (ISOTROPIC), while SLS parts tend to have weaker mechanical properties along the print direction.

Both SLS and MJF technologies are capable of printing parts with comparable accuracy. Well, skill and expertise determine the quality manufacturer.

 

 

 

 

The decision between SLA (Stereolithography) and MJF (MultiJet Fusion) is influenced by the following factors:

Choose SLA if:

  • High-resolution printers with flawless surface finishes are required for detailed visual prototypes.
  • Your project necessitates intricate designs and attention to detail.
  • In the printing process, you prioritise precision over speed.

Choose MJF if:

  • Faster print speeds are required for functional prototypes or low to mid-volume production.
  • A smooth surface finish is critical for your items.
  • You want the freedom to employ powdered nylon with good mechanical qualities

To choose which technology best meets your objectives, examine aspects such as desired print quality, project deadline, material attributes, and production volume.

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