AM Conference: Designing for Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printing

HP and Protolabs share their advice for using Multi Jet Fusion technology for production as well as prototyping at the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Conference.


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Since the introduction of its Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) 3D printing technology, HP Inc. has emphasized MJF’s usefulness for production, in addition to rapid prototyping applications. Recently, HP has partnered with Protolabs

to produce cost-effective production parts using MJF. According to the two companies, using MJF’s full potential is all about understanding how to design for the process.

Jon Eric Van Roekel, process engineering manager of 3D printing at Protolabs, and John Briden, Sr., R&D engineering manager at HP Inc., are co-presenting about MJF technology at the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Conference taking place September 11 and 12 in Chicago. They will discuss how MJF works, its limitations and benefits, and the challenges they addressed by incorporating MJF end-use parts through the production phase of an HP product coming to market later this year. Learn more on Wednesday, September 12, at 9:00 a.m.

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