Design Guidelines: Multi Jet Fusion
Our basic guidelines for Multi Jet Fusion include important design considerations to help improve part manufacturability, enhance cosmetic appearance, and reduce overall production time.
|Normal Resolution||11.1 in. x 14.9 in. x 14.9 in.|
|Normal Resolution||284mm x 380mm x 380mm|
|Layer Thickness||0.00315 in.|
|Minimum Feature Size||0.020 in.|
|Layer Thickness||80 microns|
|Minimum Feature Size||0.5mm|
For well-designed parts, tolerances of ±0.01 in.
(±0.25 mm) plus ±0.002in./in. (±0.002 mm/mm) for each additional inch can typically be achieved. Note that tolerances may change depending on part geometry.
|STANDARD||A bead blast removes all powder and leaves a consistent overall texture. Parts are then dyed a standard black color.|
||Secondary options include a primer that can be applied as well as taps and inserts.|
We use HP Jet Fusion 3D 4200 machines that are capable of accelerated build speeds when compared to other powder-based additive manufacturing technology. The HP 3D printers produce commercial-grade parts with enhanced surface finishes and improved mechanical properties compared to other 3D printing technology.
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