How does Multijet Printing (MJP) work?


Multijet Printing uses a liquid resin deposited onto the print bed through an array of tiny nozzles. Each nozzle ejects a miniscule amount of resin or wax support, allowing for extremely accurate prints.

With a layer thickness as low as 13 microns, parts can be printed with an extremely fine surface finish straight from the printer. Wax support material melts away easily, meaning complex geometries can be printed with ease.

Ultra-high resolution prints from rigid plastics to elastomeric materials

Ultra high resolution

What We've Created using MJP


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