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What is Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) and How Does it Work?

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What is Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) and How Does it Work?

Learn what Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) is and how it works. We’ll discuss the 3D printing process, materials, advantages of Multi Jet Fusion, disadvantages or when to not use this additive manufacturing technology, MJF vs SLS, and finally: post-processing.


00:00 We’ll start by providing a short introduction to what Multi Jet Fusion is.

00:58 Second, the MJF 3D printing process is discussed in detail, paying special attention to the role of the detailing agent and temperature control.

02:11 Third, materials that can be used, such as Nylon 12, in Multi Jet Fusion printing will be gone over.

02:39 Fourth, the advantages of Multi Jet Fusion are discussed. This section contains mechanical properties, MJF design aspects and more.

05:06 Fifth, the disadvantages of Multi Jet Fusion are discussed. This section contains limited material options, part size, and more.

06:13 Sixth, the differences between MJF and SLS, or selective laser sintering, are explained.

07:54 Finally, we’ll give an overview of the post-processing that is needed and or possible for Multi Jet Fusion.


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