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MJF vs. SLS | Beginners Guide

Technology ExplorationNavigating the additive manufacturing (AM) technology landscape can be challenging.  It’s our job to be informative and provide guidance to determine the right option for your next project. Multi-Jet Fusion (MJF) and Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) are two of the most prominent additive technologies within the marketplace today. Each offers strong material options, excellent surface finish qualities and are...

3D Printed Tools Boost Efficiency on the Factory Floor

Manufacturing aids, including jigs and fixtures, help hold and position parts for subsequent operations. While some general-purpose tooling is made for multiple uses on the factory floor, jigs and fixtures are often custom made for specific operations, and are especially useful for managing complex production and assembly operations. With HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) and advanced materials, 3D printed tools...

Benefits and Applications of PA-12

With HP MJF and Nylon PA-12, Endeavor 3D's additive manufacturing solution delivers important benefits, across a wide range of industries and applications This article is the final in a three part series about the use and benefits of plastics with 3D printing. Read the first article HERE and the second article HERE Spotlight on benefits While 3D printing with PA-12 offers myriad benefits,...

Innovate Easier with 3D Printed Nylon PA-12

Endeavor 3D's additive manufacturing solution, powered by HP Multi Jet Fusion and high performance Nylon PA-12, enables engineers to develop new parts that are more capable, lighter, easier to assemble and less costly than those made with other technologies. This article is the second in a three part series about the use and benefits of plastics with 3D printing. Read the...

Plastics Are Driving 3D Printing’s Growth

With HP's innovative Multi Jet Fusion(MJF) additive manufacturing technology, companies can take plastic use further, improving quality and performance This article is the first in a three part series about the use and benefits of plastics with 3D printing. The future is plastics! Pardon the line from The Graduate, but it’s true. Since the movie was released in 1967, the use of plastics...