PA 12 produced with HP Multi Jet Fusion technology is a reliable and high-quality material for diverse functional applications. Its strength, durability, and flexibility ensure optimal performance under demanding conditions. The exceptional detail resolution enables the production of intricate geometries, while the smooth surface finish and consistency of the MJF process enhance efficiency and reliability. With its biocompatibility, PA 12 is suitable for medical applications, further expanding its utility. The capabilities of HP's industrial Powder Bed Fusion Technology deliver consistent and predictable outcomes, making it a preferred choice for industries that require high-quality, reliable 3D-printed parts.
Average Lead Time:
4-6 Business Days
3D Printers Used:
HP Jet Fusion 5200
PA 12, produced using HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology, is a highly versatile material suitable for a wide range of functional applications, from prototyping to end-use production. Recognized for its exceptional strength, durability, and flexibility, HP PA 12 is ideal for producing parts that endure high levels of stress, strain, impact, and wear. The advanced capabilities of MJF PA 12 result in excellent detail resolution, enabling the creation of intricate and complex geometries with remarkable accuracy and precision. Moreover, MJF PA 12 delivers parts with a smooth and uniform surface finish, minimizing the need for post-processing and making it an excellent choice for large batch production requiring high-quality outcomes. Consequently, it is a preferred material for end-use 3D printing applications across industries such as aerospace, automotive, and medical.
HP's Multi Jet Fusion PA 12 is USP Class VI biocompatible, allowing for various medical applications. Dental models, surgical guides, and devices can be reliably produced using this material, meeting the stringent requirements for medical use.
The industrial Powder Bed Fusion Technology utilized by HP ensures the production of PA 12 parts on the HP Jet Fusion 5200 series printer. With a spacious build platform measuring 380 x 380 x 280 mm, this technology accommodates the creation of larger-sized parts. The powder bed fusion process requires no physical supports, resulting in excellent surface finish and repeatability across prints. The technology's consistency and reliability play a crucial role, as material properties exhibit minimal variation between different batches. This predictability and control of the 3D printing process contribute to its overall efficiency and effectiveness.
- Functional Automotive Parts
- Jigs & Fixtures
- Functional Prototyping
- Volume Production of Complex Parts
- Biocompatible USP IV Capable