HP's Multi Jet Fusion 5200 Series Enables Production
Edited by AM Staff
HP’s Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) 5200 series combines systems, data intelligence, software, services and materials innovations, enabling customers to scale 3D production and target business growth. The series expands manufacturing predictability with high quality and optimal yield of parts at industrial levels of efficiency, accuracy and repeatability; delivers economics and productivity for production environments; and provides the increased flexibility, improved uptime, streamlined workflows and simplified fleet management required for factory production settings.
New data intelligence, software and services capabilities, including the HP 3D Process Control and HP 3D Center software offerings and the HP 3D Parts Assessment service, enable customers to increase operational efficiency and repeatability, and identify and optimize production of new 3D applications.
HP has also introduced a new certified thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), UltraSint developed by BASF, to expand final-parts applications for the Jet Fusion 5200 Series systems.
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