Multi Jet Fusion discovers Limoges
Proud of our city of Limoges and thanks to our new acquisition of
Multi Jet Fusion HP
we were able to print Limoges’ Benedictine railway station, one of the city’s most famous buildings. This model is at 1:800 scale. The building has been listed by UNESCO as a historic monument since 1975.
Thanks to this new HP Multi Jet Fusion technology, you can now have high-precision PA12 parts in your hands.
As you can see, HP’s Multi Jet Fusion process makes it possible to manufacture parts with breathtaking detail.
Multi Jet Fusion: breathtaking precision
To better understand why this technology, Multi Jet Fusion HP, can produce such detail, here’s the manufacturing process in a nutshell:
Unlike other additive manufacturing technologies, this innovative technology does not use a laser. A bed of powder is uniformly heated at the start of the process, then agents are sprayed on. First, a fusing agent (binder) is deposited on the surface according to the definition of your parts, followed by a detailing (contouring) agent to improve resolution, by increasing or decreasing the fusing action. The heat moving over this powder bed allows the agents to spread evenly and solidify the material.
The precision of Multi Jet Fusion HP prototypes is unrivalled, as the manufacturing layers are 80 microns thick, unlike other additive manufacturing processes which are closer to 0.10 to 0.15 mm layers.
The parts then come out of the Multi Jet Fusion HP printer in gray, and we offer you the option of coloring them black, assembling them together if required, painting them, priming them, …