HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printing
Whitepapers & Technical Notes
HP Multi Jet Fusion: A disruptive 3D printing technology for a new era of manufacturing.
For more than 30 years, HP inkjet technologies have disrupted and led a broad range of printing markets. HP Multi Jet Fusion technology leverages HP’s deep assets in imaging and printing to take the digital transformation of printing off the page and into a three-dimensional world of highly functional, high-value manufactured items. This technical white paper provides details on HP Multi Jet Fusion technology and HP’s strategies and vision to introduce a new era of digital manufacturing.
3D Printing’s Role in Digitally Manufacturing Consumer Products.
3D printing’s economic impact could reach $500 billion annually by 2025, but technology, infrastructure and “killer applications” are needed to make it happen. Download this whitepaper to find out which disruptive forces are driving the adoption of 3D printing technology.
HP Multi Jet Fusion Voxel: Building 3D Objects with Controllable Properties.
3D-printed objects are created from individually addressable volume elements called voxels. A unique feature of HP Multi Jet Fusion is its capability to control the properties of each voxel to give unmatched capabilities to define the physical characteristics of an object point-by-point.
HP Multi Jet Fusion Design and Printing Guidelines
A comprehensive guide to preparing print jobs with the HP SmartStream 3D Build Manager and plugins added to Netfabb and Materialise Magics. Learn about file preparation, minimum specifications for parts, and other requirements that will enable you to optimize your design process.
3D Printing: Ensuring Manufacturing Leadership in the 21st Century
We are in the early days of a 4th Industrial Revolution, a far-reaching analog-to-digital shift that will completely transform the $12 trillion global manufacturing industry. $4-6 trillion (USD) of the global economy will be disrupted and redistributed in the next ten years due to the accelerating growth of 3D printing, according to a new study conducted by A.T. Kearney.
Technical Note: Aging of PA 12 Powder (Chemical Degradation and Oxidation)
Powder in the middle of the HP Jet Fusion 3D Build Unit unit occasionally suffers of oxidation. This could make the powder appear with a light brownish color. In particular, this could occur when long and dense plots are printed — approximately 5000 layers or more and solid parts. The mass of oxidized powder under these conditions should be minimal and locally concentrated in the middle of the HP Jet Fusion 3D Build Unit. Thanks to the HP 3D High reusability PA 12, the possible oxidized powder will mean a very low volume fraction of the total powder volume for next plots.
Technical Note: Air Blasting Post-Process
Just after the bead blasting process, it will be necessary to perform an air blasting procedure in order to remove all remaining powder and abrasive media from the surface. This tehcnical note provides recommendations for the best results.
Technical Note: Recycling Recommendations for HP 3D Powder Containers
The technical note provides step-by-step instructions (with images) on how to properly recycle HP 3D powder containers.
Whitepaper: HP Jet Fusion 3D Cloud Connection Security
HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printers are smart devices that enable additional functionality and services through a connection to the HP Cloud. Learn more about how the cloud ecosystem works.