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Multi Jet Printing (MJP)

MJP works almost like an ink jet printer. The parts have excellent resolution and the materials have a variety or properties. This technology is primarily used for smaller parts that can be accurate and not very difficult to finish. MJP technology is used to build parts, patterns and molds with fine feature detail to address a wide range of applications. This method is perfect for creating durable, high-definition functional prototypes, rapid tooling such as injection molds, casting patterns and end-use parts. Parts made with MJP technology are beautifully precise, with sharp edges and true-to-cad fidelity. Ultimate adventure of this 3D printing technology - possibility to print assemblies. MJP method is widely used in transportation, energy, consumer products, recreation and healthcare industries. M3 Black and M3-X are durable plastics that looks and feels like injection molded plastics and allows for more rigorous testing and use. The materials is well suited for a variety of applications requiring snap fit and strength capabilities.

Fused deposition modeling (FDM)

FDM technology allows the production of parts from the same durable, hard plastic, which is used for casting, CNC machine processing and other traditional manufacturing processes. FDM technology allows to create conceptual models, functional prototypes and end-use parts of standard durable thermoplastic. This is the only professional 3D printing technology, which uses industrial grade thermoplastic, so parts are extremely resistant to mechanical, thermal and chemical effects.

Technical Specifications:

Technical Specifications:

Material M3 Black M3-X
Colour black white
Tensile strength 35.2 Mpa 49 Mpa
Tensile modulus 1594 MPa 2168 MPa
Elongation at break 19.7 % 8.3 %
Heat distortion 57 C 88 C
Building volume (xyz) 298 x 185 x 203 mm
Accuracy 0.025 - 0.05 mm
Layer thickness 0.016; 0.029; 0.032 mm
Material ABS plus
Spalva black / white / red / yellow
Tensile strength 37 Mpa
Maximal bending moment 53 Mpa
Elongation at break 3 %
Heat distortion 96 C
Building volume (xyz) 254 x 254 x 305 mm
Layer thickness 0.330; 0.254 mm