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The Multi Jet Fusion HP is at Axis: create your prototypes with this new technology

3D prototyping with our new Multi Jet Fusion HP machine

The latest innovation in3D printing is available from Axis, and enables more precise printed parts to be produced, faster with

optimal mechanical and thermal properties. Learn more about how the Multi Jet Fusion HP and this technology work.

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PROCESS FOR MANUFACTURING PROTOTYPES

The Multi Jet Fusion HP prototypes are produced by depositing agents (fusion and retailer) on a heated powder bed, then heated up to the melting point of the material, and finally ventilated.

Using the Multi Jet Fusion HP process

  • Functional model
  • Dimensional, mechanical, geometric, thermal validation, …

Possible material in Multi Jet Fusion HP

  • PA12
DATA SHEET

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Production means (mm)

  • 2 MULTI JET FUSION HP : 380 x 284 x 380

 

We can bring different finishes to your prototype:

  • Manual cleaning of all surfaces
  • Sandblasted
  • Black coloration
  • Painting

Lead time

2 to 4 working days depending on size and finish

The strengths of the Multi Jet Fusion HP

  • Our finishes: raw, colored in black, assembled, painted,….
  • Our responsiveness
  • Extremely fine surface finish for parts including details

The advantages of the Multi Jet Fusion HP

  • Extreme and fine dimensional accuracy
  • Production of functional parts with optimal mechanical and thermal properties
  • Unbeatable speed of production and cooling
  • Improved powder recyclability
  • Production of complex parts in small series
  • Low porosity

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Axis always at the cutting edge of technology with the HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printer!

Axis always at the cutting edge of technology with the HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printer!

An innovative technology for rapid prototyping which consists of a Polyamide powder (PA 12) by additive manufacturing: the “Multi Jet Fusion HP”!

“Multi Jet Fusion” is a technology similar to Powder Sintering. The main differences are that there is no laser to polymerize the powder and that the successive layers are 0.08mm therefore thinner than Sintering.
This new machine makes it possible to produce more precise printed parts, more quickly with optimal mechanical and thermal properties. One of the many advantages of this machine is that there is no shrinkage to apply on your prototypes. Your dimensional expectations will therefore be respected.

Our Multi Jet Fusion HP machine consists of 2 elements.

The first is the “printer” that makes your prototypes.

The second is the cooling and powder coating station.

How it works?

After receiving your 3D files, launching production using specific HP software and transferring them to the printer, the process for manufacturing your prototypes using the HP Multi Jet Fusion process is as follows:

  • Once the heat has risen to 140 ° C in the manufacturing chamber, a first arm will deposit a layer of white PA powder (along the Y axis) during a pass.
  • First, a second arm deposits (along the X axis) the black ink with contouring agents (details) allowing the fusion to be more or less strong, thus granting better precision, smooth surfaces and sharp edges.
  • When the second arm returns, the lamps heat the black areas (which absorb heat) with “thermal energy”. The material then rises to 165 ° C to reach its melting point.

The ventilation then comes to refresh the chamber to lower the temperature of the material in order to be solidified, but also to cool the 3 print heads which are sensitive to heat.
The part is then built in successive layers of 0.10 mm, as for Powder Sintering or Stereolithography.Multi Jt Fusion HP 3D print Axis

Video explanation of the process: