HP 3D printers

HP 3D printers

HP's Multi Jet Fusion technology, MJF, is groundbreaking in terms of achieving part properties and print speed. With the MJF solutions, you can go from prototyping to full manufacturing of end-use parts.

Control part properties and print with unparalleled speed

The unique 3D printing technology from HP  is not only transforming how we make things, but it’s also revolutionizing the way we design them.

The voxel, or three-dimensional pixel, is at the heart of the technology. It allows designers to break objects down to the smallest nuances of shape, color and function and apply them with microscopic precision. And that’s a good thing for anyone that wants to use 3D printing for the manufacturing of end-use parts, as well as high-quality prototypes.

HP’s Multi Jet Fusion is an industrial 3D printing process that produces functional nylon prototypes and end-use production parts in as fast as one day. Final parts exhibit quality surface finishes, fine feature resolution, and ‬more consistent mechanical properties when compared to processes like selective laser sintering.

5

Industrial-grade materials
and growing

5058 cm3

Print build speed per hour
for MJF 5200

80%

Surplus powder reusability
for new print

800

Number of parts you can
print per week

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HP MJF 5200

Unleash new growth and scale your production with HP’s workhorse

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