MJF an acronym for Multi Jet Fusion is a powder based additive manufacturing process transforming the manufacturing sector through its versatility , speed and manufacturing. The manufacturing of parts begins by the recoated blade spreading the polymer powder of a predetermined height on to the build plate and perpendicular to the re-coater movement a print head selectively applies fusing and detailing agents followed by the exposure of the area to high intensity infrared heating lamps which enable solidification of the areas where the binding and detailing agents are applied. The process is continued layer by layer until the final layer of the build chamber. The MJF technology is widely loved by the industry for its isotropic, airtight and watertight functional parts suitable not just for prototyping but also for end use applications.

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MJF an acronym for Multi Jet Fusion is a powder based additive manufacturing process transforming the manufacturing sector through its versatility , speed and manufacturing. The manufacturing of parts begins by the recoated blade spreading the polymer powder of a predetermined height on to the build plate and perpendicular to the re-coater movement a print head selectively applies fusing and detailing agents followed by the exposure of the area to high intensity infrared heating lamps which enable solidification of the areas where the binding and detailing agents are applied. The process is continued layer by layer until the final layer of the build chamber. The MJF technology is widely loved by the industry for its isotropic, airtight and watertight functional parts suitable not just for prototyping but also for end use applications.

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Post Process

MJF an acronym for Multi Jet Fusion is a powder based additive manufacturing process transforming the manufacturing sector through its versatility , speed and manufacturing. The manufacturing of parts begins by the recoated blade spreading the polymer powder of a predetermined height on to the build plate and perpendicular to the re-coater movement a print head selectively applies fusing and detailing agents followed by the exposure of the area to high intensity infrared heating lamps which enable solidification of the areas where the binding and detailing agents are applied. The process is continued layer by layer until the final layer of the build chamber. The MJF technology is widely loved by the industry for its isotropic, airtight and watertight functional parts suitable not just for prototyping but also for end use applications.

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Post Process