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Your Trusted Partner for MJF Printing Services 

With over 30 years of experience in additive manufacturing (AM), Stratasys Direct is the premier partner for Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) printing services. Also referred to as fusion 3D printing, MJF offers exceptional capabilities for both prototyping and end-use production parts. We have built a strong reputation among hundreds of companies across various industries, who consistently turn to Stratasys Direct for complex, cost-effective MJF parts with superior surface quality, fine feature resolution, and consistent mechanical properties. 

Our team of manufacturing experts ensures flawless execution of all MJF projects from start to finish. Our ISO 9001, AS9100, and ITAR registrations serve as a testament to our commitment to the highest quality standards. Whether you require a single prototype or hundreds of serialized production parts, Stratasys Direct is your trusted partner for delivering rapid and cost-effective MJF prints. 

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MJF Material Options

Our selection of MJF materials - Polypropylene and Nylon 12 - stand out for their impressive qualities. Polypropylene is known for its remarkable flexibility and chemical resistance, while Nylon 12 is praised for its high strength, stiffness, and thermal properties. These advanced materials are perfect for a multitude of applications, pushing the boundaries of innovation.

 

Key Features
  • Best surface resolution/feature details with powder bed fusion technology
  • Fully dense and nearly isotropic mechanical properties
  • Excellent chemical resistance to oils, greases and other hydro-carbons
  • Low unit cost for batches of smaller parts
Applications
  • Vehicles electronic system housings, guides, grommets, clips, connectors & covers
  • Vessels for fuel, oil housings and washer fluid
  • Environmental control system components like fan housings, plenums, ducting, valves, diverters and vents
Nylon 12 PA material is tough and chemically resistant, making it a good choice in a broad variety of applications and operating environments. Nylon 12 PA made with the Multi Jet Fusion process also delivers mechanical properties that are more isotropic when compared to Nylon 12 materials built with other 3D printing processes.
Additional Resources

Multi Jet Fusion Design Guidelines

Key Features
  • Great surface resolution/feature details with powder bed fusion technology
  • Fully dense and nearly isotropic mechanical properties
  • Excellent chemical resistance, low moisture absorption, and weldable
  • Low unit cost for batches of small parts
Applications
  • Automotive ducting, vents, electronic system housings, guides, grommets, clips, connectors & covers
  • Vessels for fuel, oil housings and washer fluid
  • Functional prototyping and short-run production for automotive and consumer products industries
Polypropylene is one of the most utilized thermoplastics in the world. You can now leverage Polypropylene with Multi Jet Fusion for production of complex components in low-to-mid volume production.
Additional Resources

Multi Jet Fusion Design Guidelines

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Exquisite Finishing Expertise for MJF Parts

At Stratasys Direct, we understand that the final touches can redefine excellence. Our seasoned finishing experts are poised to elevate your Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) components, ensuring they seamlessly merge beauty with functionality. From meticulous sanding to precise painting, vibrant dyeing, and refined plating, every detail is handled with care. Our commitment goes beyond meeting quality standards; we elevate the aesthetics of your components, creating a seamless blend of beauty and functionality that sets your MJF projects apart.

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Unwavering Quality Standards

At Stratasys Direct, quality is not just a goal; it's ingrained in our processes. We maintain a vigilant control system over material handling, recycling, machine maintenance, and process parameters. This meticulous oversight ensures a steadfast commitment to material traceability, consistent mechanical properties, exact dimensions, and unparalleled overall performance. Your specifications are not merely met but exceeded every time, as we strive for excellence in every facet of our operations, setting new benchmarks for quality assurance in additive manufacturing

MJF 3d Printing Design Guide | Stratasys Direct

MJF Design Guide

The design process for Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) 3D printing shares similarities with Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), yet there are key differences. Downloading the Multi Jet Fusion Design Guide provides insights into optimizing part design, including considerations for size, orientation, dimensional accuracy, recommended wall thickness, minimum feature size, living hinge design, material properties, precision, and expertise offered by MJF technology.

Unlock Possibilities Using MJF

Delve into the world of Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) applications with Stratasys Direct, where innovation meets precision. From versatile prototypes to robust manufacturing aids and functional end-use parts, discover the diverse capabilities of MJF technology.

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Prototypes

Quickly and accurately validate your designs with high-fidelity MJF printed prototypes.

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Develop durable jigs, fixtures, and other manufacturing aids to streamline production processes.

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End-Use Parts

Utilize MJF printing to create durable, functional components built to last.

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Quickly and accurately validate your designs with high-fidelity MJF printed prototypes.

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Develop durable jigs, fixtures, and other manufacturing aids to streamline production processes.

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Utilize MJF printing to create durable, functional components built to last.

From one-off prototypes, to low-volume production, we have the experience and engineering know-how to support you

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What Is Multi Jet Fusion?

What is mjf printing? Multi Jet Fusion is a 3D printing technology, offering you more possibilities for complex, lower-cost parts.

Whether used in serial production for single parts or batch manufacturing by shipsets of multiple part numbers, Multi Jet Fusion offers a faster, more cost-effective process for 3D printed parts.

Multi Jet Fusion is ideal for hidden applications like complex thin-wall ductwork, connectors, non-cosmetic housings, brackets, covers, wiring clips, guides and grommets.

The Multi Jet Fusion process is ideal for building in batches to achieve lower unit pricing, while adding increased functional design complexity. Material costs are associated with part volumes, not part extents volumes, saving costs when compared to Laser Sintering or CNC Machining.

Manufacturing cycle-time for Multi Jet Fusion is driven by the height of the particular batch of parts being printed. Nesting parts together in a single batch is the way to reduce the average cycle-time per unit.

Multi Jet Fusion delivers repeatable, isotropic mechanical properties with greater strength and higher accuracy than Laser Sintering.

How Does Multi Jet Fusion Work?

The Multi Jet Fusion process starts with a layer of material applied to the work area.

In the opposite direction, in one continuous pass, the machine prints fusing and detailing agents across the full working area.

This pass combines the printing with the fusing energy, and the process is completed.

The innovative technology prints quickly along the bed width, enabling extreme precision and dimensional accuracy.

MJF Resources

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Multi Jet Fusion is an advanced 3D printing technology that utilizes powdered nylon material and a unique build styling including fusing and detailing agents.

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