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Fast and Precise Powder Sintering, Without Lasers

Process

By selectively applying fusing and detailing agents across a bed of polymer powder, heating elements subsequently fuse the printed regions into a solid layer. Layer by layer, powder is redistributed over the bed and the process repeats until the part is complete.

Product Example

Details

Machine: HP Jet Fusion 4200

Material: PA 12

Color: Grey, Black (optional post-coloring)

Characteristics

Surface
Resolution
Strength
Toughness

 

Advantages at a Glance

  • Fast and efficient printing
  • Accuracy with large parts
  • Good surface quality
  • High material density

Parameters

Build Volume: 370 x 274 x 380 mm (XYZ)

Minimal Wall Thickness: 1.0 mm

Accuracy: ±0.3 mm

Layer Thickness: 0.08 mm 

Tolerances: 0.4 mm between assemblies

Material Properties

Tensile Modulus: 1800 MPa (ASTM D638)

Tensile Strength: 48 MPa (ASTM D638)

Elongation at Break (XY): 20 % (ASTM D638)

Elongation at Break (Z): 15 % (ASTM D638)

Melting Point: 187 °C/369 °F

HDT (@ 0.45 MPa): 175 °C/350 °F (ASTM D648)

Application Areas

  • Low volume prodution of end-use parts
  • Prototyping for performance and fit testing
  • Cost effective alternative to injection molding
  • Parts for automotive interior and exterior

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