3D Printing Services – Multijet Fusion (MJF)

Nylon 11 (PA11)

This thermoplastic delivers optimal mechanical properties, ideal for strong, ductile, functional parts. It also has excellent chemical resistance and enhanced elongation-at-break. Ideal for impact resistance and ductility for prostheses, insoles, sports goods, snap fits, living hinges, and more.

Available in Grey

Suitable For

  • Functional prototypes and end products
  • Complex designs with intricate details
  • Moving and assembled parts
  • Cases, holders, adapters
  • Sales, marketing and exhibition models
  • Form and fit testing
  • Functional prototyping and testing

Not Suitable For

  • Cavities within design (unless making use of escape holes)

Nylon 12 (PA12)

Nylon 12 material has excellent mechanical properties, with strength and density exceeding that of parts produced on other powder bed printing technologies. The strength makes it an excellent choice for functional parts, such as drone parts, RC cars, mechanical fixtures, camera mounts and phone cases. The surface is semi-glossy and granular.

Available in Grey

Suitable For

  • Functional prototypes and end products
  • Complex designs with intricate details
  • Moving and assembled parts
  • Cavities within design (unless making use of escape holes)
  • Form and fit testing
  • Functional prototyping and testing

Not Suitable For

NIL


Nylon GlassBeads (PA12+GB)

PA12+GB is 40% glass bead filled thermoplastic material produces stiff, functional parts. It has both optimal mechanical properties and high re-usability, and provides dimensional stability. It’s ideal for functional applications requiring high stiffness like enclosures and housings, fixtures, and tooling across a variety of industries.

Available in Grey

Suitable For

  • Functional prototypes and end products
  • Complex designs with intricate details
  • Moving and assembled parts
  • Form and fit testing
  • Functional prototyping and testing
  • Low-cost prototype

Not Suitable For

  • Cavities within design (unless making use of escape holes)