Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printing Technology

Multi Jet Fusion is a 3D printing technology that allows for more possibilities when it comes to complex, lower-cost parts. Ideal for both production of single parts or large prints consisting of multiple different parts. Multi Jet Fusion is an excellent technology for applications like thin walls, brackets, housings clips and guides. Industries can benefit from Multi Jet Fusion higher volume capabilities through limited run, pre-production and spare parts.

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Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printed Prototypes Production

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Production 3D Printing

Our Multi-Jet Fusion 3D printing services are perfect for batch production, serial production of complex parts, and legacy parts or components needed to be made on-demand

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High Performance Parts

Parts that are printed with our HP 3D Printing Services are repeatable, isotropic, and have higher strength and accuracy when compared with laser sintering.

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The HP polyamide 3D printing process can produce parts up to 10x faster than a deposition or laser sintering based process.

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Economical and Cost-Effective

Multi Jet Fusion Technology uses a lower costing material and the speed at which it prints translates to significant cost savings when compared to other 3D printing processes

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Superior Part Quality

Parts printed with PA 12 material have high density and low porosity, with smooth surfaces and the ability to print small features and details.

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Voxel-Level Performance

3D print parts reliably and repeatably without having to worry about complexity. Every layer is thermally controlled for optimal mechanical properties.

Speak with one of our additive manufacturing experts to see if our HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing process is right for your project.



The HP Multi Jet Fusion polyamide 3D printing process is perfect for applications that require strength and durability, but higher volumes. Here are some of the common applications we see

  • Production parts and low-mid volume serial production
  • Legacy and replacement parts
  • Internal, non-cosmetic housings
  • Thin wall ductwork
  • Connectors and guides
  • Brackets and clips
  • Watertight applications
  • Complex parts with internal cavities
  • Casings and covers
  • Grommets
  • Functional prototypes
  • Rapid Prototypes for testing and validation
  • Multiple iteration projects
  • A cost-effective option compared to injection molding
  • Housings and Enclosures
  • Jigs and fixtures



Nylon 12 (HP High Reusability PA 12)

Material: Polyamide 12 (Nylon PA 12)

HP 3D High Reusability PA 12 is a robust thermoplastic that produces high-density parts with balanced property profiles and strong structures.

  • Powder Melting Point (DSC): 187° C or 369° F, ASTM D3418
  • Particle Size: 60µm
  • Bulk Density of Powder: 0.425 g/cm3 0.015 lb/in, ASTM D1895
  • Tensile Strength: 30 MPa
  • Elongation at Break: 20%
  • Young’s Modulus: 1600 MPa
  • Charpy Impact Notched Test: 35kJ/m²
  • Consumer goods and electronics
  • Low-high volume production
  • Rapid prototyping
  • Manufacturing aids
    • Tooling, end-of-arm tooling, robotics
  • Medical
    • Porthotics, prosthetics

HP Multi Jet Fusion (Powder Bed Fusion)

HP BASF polypropylene powder bed fusion 3D printing material

Polypropylene (HP High Reusability PP by BASF)

Material: Polypropylene

This polypropylene 3D printing material is designed for parts that require high strength, excellent chemical resistance and low moisture absorption.

  • Tensile strength: 30 MPa
  • Young’s modulus: 1600 MPa
  • Elongation at break: 20 %
  • Charpy impact notched: 3.5 kJ/m²
  • HDT B: 100 °C

Car interior parts, fluid and HVAC systems, tubes, pipes, reservoirs, medical devices, orthotics, functional prototypes, multi-purpose industrial goods


HP Multi Jet Fusion (Powder Bed Fusion)

HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) Technical Specifications

Standard Lead Time
Standard Lead Time
3-5 Business Days
Part Accuracy
Part Accuracy
Layer Resolution
Layer Resolution
Minimum Wall Thickness (Recommended)
Minimum Wall Thickness (Recommended)
0.3mm in XY, 0.5mm in Z
minimum feature size 0.1mm
Maximum Part Dimensions (Single Build)
Maximum Part Dimensions (Single Build)
375 x 280 x 375mm (LxWxH) (Listed build volume is 380 x 284 x 380mm)
14.7 x 11 x 14.7 inches
Available Finishes
Available Finishes
Standard finish is grey powder finish
Level 1 is painted/dyed to a black uniform finish
Sand/primer/paint is available upon request

Getting started is easy. Our Additive Manufacturing experts will guide you through the process. Upload your project file to get started.


How Does MJF Work?

Multi Jet fusion is a powder binder based technology that relies on heat, fusing agents, detailing agents, and power polyamide to build up your parts. It all starts with a 3D model and then a 5 step process.

Multi Jet Fusion Design Process

3D Model is designed using CAD Software

Multi Jet Fusion Powder Bed

A single layer of material is applied to the full working area

Multi Jet Fusion Curing Process

Fusing & detailing agents are applied across the full working area

Multi Jet Fusion Part Removal

Parts are removed from loose powder

Multi Jet Fusion Finished Part

Parts are complete

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