Our 3D Printing Technologies

Endeavor 3D is a leading provider of polymer and metal additive manufacturing solutions. We are committed to finding you the right technology for your manufacturing goals.

Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)

Industrial-grade technology designed for consistent, high-quality, and rapid production of 3D printed parts.

Metal Jet

Metal 3D printing technology that enables the production of high-quality, complex 3D printed parts at scale.

DyeMansion Post Processing

End-to-end surface-finishing and dyeing solutions, elevating the aesthetics and functionality of 3D printed parts.
Not sure which 3D printing technology is the correct one for your project? Contact one of our 3D printing experts for best practices.

MJF 3D Printing

HP Multi Jet Fusion utilizes powdered thermoplastic material to create accurate, complex, and finely detailed parts. Our high-quality thermoplastics deliver optimal mechanical properties and chemical resistance, producing parts with balanced property profiles and strong structures.

When manufactured layer-by-layer in a powder bed, MJF uses a combination of binding agents and energy, allowing for several levels of biocompatibility.

MJF Capabilities

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)

Dimensional Accuracy

± 0.3% with a lower limit of ±

0.3 mm (± 0.012 in)

Minimum Feature Size


0.020 in

Design Guidelines

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

Need help with designing parts for additive?

MJF 3D Printing Materials


Tensile Strength

48 MPa

49 MPa

52 MPa

9 MPa

Elongation at Break

9-17 %

15-20 %

35-50 %

120-220 %

Heat Deflection Temperature





MJF 3D Printed Polymer Parts

Endeavor 3D's Partners

Excellence through Collaboration

Endeavor 3D is not just a leading manufacturer, but a trusted partner with the industry’s top innovators. We are a HP Digital Manufacturing Partner and a strategic partner with DyeMansion for advanced post-processing solutions.

What is HP Metal Jet?

HP Metal Jet is a 3D printing process that utilizes powdered metal materials 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.

This revolutionary technology allows us to craft parts with exceptional detail, consistent quality, and unparalleled speed. At Endeavor 3D, we’ll accomplish what you thought was impossible with the help of our metal 3D printing technology and team of experts.

Metal Jet Capabilities

Build Volume

16.9 x 12.2 x 7.9 in

Build Speed

Up to 1990 cc/hr

Layer Thickness

35 – 140 µm

Printing Resolution

1200 x 1200 dpi

Streamline your Workflow

Produce high-quality metal parts at scale with automated systems, saving you both time and costs on your next project.

Metal Jet 3D Printing Materials


Tensile Strength

µ=1277 (min=1261)

µ=561 (min=557)

Elongation at Break

µ=6% (min=4%)

µ=61% (min=59%)

Hardness (HRC)

µ=40 (min=33)

µ=65 (min=56)

Metal Jet 3D Printed Metal Parts

DyeMansion Post Processing

Elevate the quality and aesthetics of your prints with our state-of-the-art surface finishing solutions, including vibrant coloring, precise smoothing, and durable coating options. This end-to-end post processing solution turns raw 3D printed parts into professional-grade products.

Post Processing Services

An end-to-end solution, turning your raw 3D printed parts into high-quality products.

From prototyping to short run production, we're here to help transform your vision into tangible results.


Endeavor 3D utilizes the advanced polymer 3D printing technologies of HP MJF 5210 and HP MJF 5420W (only location in eastern USA.)

Endeavor 3D’s Metal 3D printing capabilities are rapidly increasing to encompass the industries top technologies. We utilize the Metal Jet S100 Series, including a state-of-the-art Powder Management Station, Metal 3D Printer, and Curing Station.

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