The HP Jet Fusion 3D Printer
HP Multi Jet Fusion provides a powder-based 3D production. The entire process does not require lasers and is done by methods of heating and precision. The maximum part dimensions for this is 256mm x 340mm x 360mm, however, components can be composed of several subparts. Below you can find some information about this printer as well as some technical aspects.
How does it work?
A fusing agent and a detailing agent are joint together to melt the powder and improve the resolution of the particles. While lamps pass over the surface of the powder bed, the jetted material captures the heat and helps distribute it evenly. You must then collect the loose powder and the part is finished.
What is a voxel?
In terms of 3D printing, a Voxel is a value on a regular grid in a three-dimensional space. In essence, it is like a pixel with volume. Also, each Voxel contains volumetric information that will bring the desired product to reality with the chosen properties.
Ideal Applications for HP Multi Jet Fusion
- Low Volume production of complex end-use parts.
- Prototypes with properties that can match and even rival those of moulded parts.
- Prototypes for form, fit and function testing solutions.
How much is this?
The HP Jet Fusion 3D Printer has been tested in the labs by different companies. This includes Nike, BMW, Jabil, Materialise, Shapeways and much more. Also, one model is the HP Jet Fusion 3200 which will set you back $130,000 (Approx £99,915.46)!
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