HP Jet Fusion 3D Printers

Manufacturing Re-imagined!

The New HP 580

Full Color 3D Printer!

The first of HP’s 300 and 500 series 3D Printers is now available!

Compact and cost-effective.

Produce full spectrum black, white or 4 color (CMYK) parts with voxel-level control.

Accelerate your design cycle

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Meet the HP 4200 and 4210 Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solution

Reinvent how you prototype and produce functional parts

Three-dimensional printing of functional objects and machine parts is becoming a reality. 3D printing offers the ability to produce—both rapidly and at low cost—short runs or one-of-a-kind parts. HP’s development of HP Multi Jet Fusion technology includes new HP Jet Fusion 3D Printers and an Open Platform that will revolutionize the design, materials, production and distribution of 3D parts to drive the digital transformation of manufacturing.

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Reinvent How You Prototype and Produce Functional Parts

Superior, Consistent Part Quality

Get extreme dimensional accuracy and fine detail, thanks to HP’s unique Multi-Agent printing process

Breakthrough Productivity

Produce more parts per day with continuous printing, mobile build units and a fast cooling option

Cost Savings

Achieve lowest cost per part and reduce operational costs, opening your doors to short-run manufacturing options

The Voxel

The Building Blocks of 3D Printing

What a pixel is to 2D printing, a voxel is to 3D printing. Imagine a pixel in 2D printing and then make that pixel 3 dimensional. You now have a voxel – a block, a cube for building. A 3D-printed part is made of millions of these voxels. With Multi Jet Fusion, we can choose the color, density, and material at the voxel level and print parts that are both rigid and flexible. In theory, one could make every voxel a different color.

Production Materials                                     Materials Currently in Beta Testing

PA 11 – PA 12 – PA 12 w/Glass Beads                                    TPU – Thermoplastic Polyurethane

* PA is commonly referred to as Nylon

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