Prototypes are made with a collection of agents (fusion and enlarging) deposited on a heated powdered surface, before the temperature with them is increased up to the point of the fusion of the material, before finally being ventilated.
2 to 4 working days depending on size and finishing
ADVANTAGES WITH THE MULTI JET FUSION METHOD
Extreme, fine precisional dimension
Production of functional parts with optimal mechanical and thermal properties
Rapid production and cooling
Improved powder recyclability
Production of complex pieces in small series
DISADVANTAGES WITH THE MULTI JET FUSION METHOD
We have yet to determine any
We have just come back home, the latest novelty in the domain of 3D printing. Part of the cutting edge of technology today is the “Multi-Jet Fusion” method.
It is an innovative technology which allows rapid prototyping. Just like with sintering, this technology is based on Polyamide (PA 12) powder. The novelty is that the powder is no longer polymerised by a laser.
PA 12: Polyamide type PA 12. The material has good elasticity and high impact resistance. In addition, polyamide has an excellent resistance to chemical agents, like hydrocarbons, oils and solvents. It combines resistance and durability in the production of prototype pieces which are robust and durable.