HP Multi Jet Fusion

HP Multi Jet Fusion is the fastest growing incremental manufacturing technology. The high performance of HP technology means that we can produce hundreds of fully functional parts per day, and production costs can compete with injection moulding technology.


HP Multi Jet Fusion technology

Why HP Multi Jest Fusion?

The principle of the technology is based on the selective curing of polymer powders - in our case, it is mainly polyamide PA12.

In this process, HP used its 2D printheads, which apply a fusing agent (black ink) to the white powder. The layer is then heated by ultraviolet light. Black printed places absorb more energy, and in these places the powder is sintered layer by layer.

At Cubic Inch, we currently have two systems for the incremental production of HP Multi Jet Fusion 4200 and can produce approximately 12 kg of parts per day.

Thanks to this innovative technology, you no longer have to face the constraints of traditional manufacturing technologies. You can produce any quantity of parts without initial costs in up to 3 working days.

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Advantage of technology

High durability of parts

The strength parameters of 3D printed elements are similar to those of injection-molded parts

High production efficiency

HP Multi Jet Fusion performance is up to 25 times higher than FDM technology.

Cost-effectiveness at low bursts

Possibility to compete on price against injection technology for small series.

Accuracy and repeatability

Dimensional accuracy at the level of +/- 0.3mm ≤ 100mm, +/- 0.3% >100mm

Chemical resistance

Parts made in Multi Jet Fusion technology resistant to acids, alkalis, oils, and grease

Further possible uses

The main applications of the HP Multi Jet Fusion technology include:include parts for production lines, housings for electronics, production tools, prosthesis elements or plastic parts for specialized devices. Find out how other customers use this technology in their manufacturing businesses.

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Technical specifications

  • Standard lead time
  • 3-5 days
  • Dimensional accuracy
  • +/-0.3mm ≤ 100mm, +/-0.3% >100mm
  • Layer thickness
  • 80 microns
  • Min, wall thickness
  • 1 mm
  • Effective build volume
  • 380 x 284 x 380 mm


PA12 polyamide

Thermoplastic material with high strength and dimensional accuracy. Ideally suited for most functional applications in many industries from machine to medical. PA12 has high chemical resistance to oils, greases, aliphatic hydrocarbons and alkalis.

Material approved for skin contact, compliant with reach, RoHS and PAHs requirements.

Material specification

  • Measurement
  • Standard
  • Part Density
  • 1.01 g/cm3
  • ASTM D792
  • Tensile strength, maximum load- XY
  • 48 MPa/6960 psi
  • ASTM D638
  • Tensile strength, maximum load - Z
  • 48 MPa/6960 psi
  • ASTM D638
  • Dynamic modulus of elasticity - XY axis
  • 1700 MPa/245 ksi
  • ASTM D638
  • Dynamic modulus of elasticity - Z axis
  • 1800 MPa/260 ksi
  • ASTM D638
  • Elongation at rupture - XY axis
  • 20%
  • ASTM D638
  • Elongation at rupture - Z axis
  • 15%
  • ASTM D638
  • Deflection temperature under the influence of heat - Z
  • 175°C
  • ASTM D648
    @ 0.45 MPa
    @ 1.82 MPa