What is Multi Jet Fusion?

HP’s Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) is a 3D printing process that produces functional nylon prototypes and end-use parts. It utilizes powdered thermoplastic material to create accurate, complex, and finely detailed parts. They are manufactured in the powder bed, layer-by-layer, and solidified using HP’s unique combination of binding agents and energy.

The nylon thermoplastics used during the MJF 3D printing process deliver optimal mechanical properties and chemical resistance, parts with balanced property profiles, and several layers of biocompatibility. 

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Multi Jet Fusion Advantages

  • Highly accurate features for complex parts
  • Better isotropic properties in the Z build direction
  • No supports required, allowing more design freedom
  • Increases part print rates up to 10x compared to SLS
  • Less warping and shrinking due to standalone cooling
  • High throughput and excellent mechanical properties

MJF General Specifications

Build Volume

15 x 11.2 x 15 in (380 x 284 x 380 mm)

Build Speed

Up to 5058 cm3/hr (309 in3/hr)

Layer Thickness

0.08 mm (0.003 in)

MJF Materials & Applications

Nylon PA 12

An engineering grade thermoplastic for high-density parts with extreme dimensional accuracy and fine detail for functional prototyping and final parts. Nylon PA 12 has excellent chemical resistance to oils, greases, aliphatic hydrocarbons and alkalis.

  • Complex assemblies
  • Lattice structures
  • Housing
  • Enclosures & connectors

Nylon PA 12 White

This engineering-grade thermoplastic yields high-quality functional production parts in a premium white finish. PA 12 W (Pure White) is ideal for strong, complex parts with balanced property profiles and strong structures. In addition to high consistency, this robust material has high reusability.

  • Consumer goods
  • Prosthetics & medical devices
  • Fashion & wearables
  • Household appliances

Nylon PA 11

This thermoplastic delivers optimal mechanical properties, and is known for producing strong, ductile, functional parts. PA 11 also provides excellent chemical resistance and enhanced elongation-at-break. Ideal for impact resistance and ductility.

  • Prosthesis
  • Insoles
  • Sporting goods
  • Hinges


This MJF specific thermoplastic from BASF offers high wear/abrasion resistance, and is ideal for applications needing rubber-like flexibility and excellent shock absorption. TPU 88A – BASF ULTASINT 3D prints with high accuracy and detail, in addition to having smooth surfaces.

  • Soft touch grips
  • Handheld tools
  • Flexible consumer goods
  • Automotive hoses and wiring insulation

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Design Guidelines for Multi Jet Fusion

HP’s MJF 3D printing technology enables revolutionary new part design. Utilize new geometries, simplify complex assemblies, consolidate parts and more!

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