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HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) Printing Services

HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) Printing Services

Norck: Unlock Innovation with HP Multi Jet Fusion

Norck delivers rapid, high-quality MJF 3D printing solutions, empowering engineers, designers, and manufacturers across aerospace, automotive, robotics, medical, and other sectors to push the boundaries of design and production.

Capabilities for MJF Success: Production-Ready Parts, Not Just Prototypes

  • Industrial-Grade MJF Printers: Precision and repeatability for complex geometries, fine features, and consistent mechanical properties ideal for functional parts.
  • Advanced Materials: Production-grade nylons (PA12, PA11), offering a balance of strength, flexibility, chemical resistance, and surface quality.
  • Part Consolidation & Design Freedom: Creating complex assemblies as single prints, simplifying supply chains and enabling previously impossible geometries.
  • Post-Processing for Diverse Needs Bead blasting, dyeing, polishing, and other finishing options to achieve desired aesthetics and functional requirements.
  • Scalable Production: From rapid prototyping to low-volume production runs, MJF bridges the gap between concept and final product seamlessly.

Norck's Engineering Edge: MJF as a Manufacturing Solution

  • Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM): Expert guidance to optimize parts for MJF, maximizing design freedom, minimizing material use, and ensuring cost-effective outcomes.
  • Material Selection & Performance Testing: Matching the right MJF material to your strength, flexibility, environmental, and application-specific needs.
  • Process Optimization & Simulation: Software-assisted analysis to fine-tune print parameters for optimal part density, surface quality, and dimensional accuracy.
  • Rigorous Quality Assurance: Dimensional inspection, mechanical testing, and process control for reliable, repeatable part production.

Why Choose Norck for HP Multi Jet Fusion?

  • Complex Geometries Without Compromise: Produce intricate features, internal channels, lattice structures, and organic shapes unachievable with traditional manufacturing.
  • Accelerate Product Development: Iterate quickly with functional MJF prototypes, shortening design cycles and getting to market faster.
  • End-Use Parts & Manufacturing Aids: Create durable jigs, fixtures, custom tooling, and small-batch production parts directly with MJF.
  • Performance & Repeatability: Parts with consistent mechanical properties suitable for demanding applications across various industries.
  • Your Innovation Partner: Expert support from concept to final part, ensuring your MJF project achieves its full potential.

What is HP Multi Jet Fusion?

HP Multi Jet Fusion is an additive manufacturing process invented by Hewlett-Packard. In which particles from a bed of plastic powder are fused to produce parts and assemblies. It helps turn designs into scaled prototypes as close to the designed model. It is mainly used in the earliest stages of product development and can be used in conceptual models, functional prototypes, tooling, electronics, and medical industries.

3D printing requires 3D CAD models to print a part or assembly. The 3D models can be made using parametric CAD software such as Solid works and CATIA V5, or Subdivision modeling software such as 3DS and Blender.

Advanced 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing

What are the advantages & disadvantages of using MJF?

HP MJF is used over other 3D printing processes due to:
   -    cost-effective
   -    fast process
   -    Models don’t need support structures
   -    Minimum feature size 0.02” (0.5mm)
   -    Material is isotropic (97%)
   -    Reusable filament

Although there are disadvantages to using HP MJF:
   -    Printers and materials are proprietary to HP
   -    Limited materials selection
   -    Limited colors
   -    Post-Processing required

How is it fabricated?

In HP multi-fusion jet, the 3D printer slices the 3D model into several cross sections and prints them layer by layer. Each layer of powder material is deposited upon a print bed by a material depositing unit. Then a thermal unit moves across the print bed to deposit a fusing agent and detailing agent. The fusing agent is deposited where powder particles should fuse, and the detailing agent is applied to the contour to help cool the part. The thermal units also contain infrared light to merge the particles and form the desired shape.
Once the 3D printed model is finished, it should cool down before being removed from the platform. Post-processing might be required to remove any excess material and burrs or to smoothen surfaces.

HP Multijet Fusion Printing
3D Model - HP Multijet Fusion Printing
HP Multijet Fusion Printing
HP multi-fusion jet

- Most used materials:
   •    PA 11
   •    PA 12
   •    PA 12 40% GF
   •    PP

Parts and assemblies should follow specific design rules to be printed correctly. Norck offers engineering services that will help you confirm your design for 3D printing.

Norck: Your Data-Driven Partner for On-Demand Manufacturing Excellence

Norck is a technology-powered manufacturing leader specializing in CNC machining, 3D printing, sheet metal fabrication, and injection molding. Our intelligent, data-driven approach ensures exceptional quality, optimized costs, and seamless supply chain management for companies worldwide.

Key Services:

Why Choose Norck?

  • AI-Powered Manufacturing: Data and AI optimize our processes for superior quality, minimized costs, and supply chain visibility
  • Vast Production Capacity: Our extensive partner network in Europe and the US guarantees both low and high-volume production.
  • End-to-End Expertise: Our team of engineers, data scientists, and product developers ensure design for manufacturability and unparalleled service
  • Single-Source Solution: Norck streamlines your supply chain, reduces overhead, enhances purchasing power, and delivers just-in-time results.
  • Online HP Multi Jet Fusion Services: Norck's online HP multi jet fusion services provides a fast, easy, and reliable way to bring your ideas to life with high quality, custom made parts.
  • HP Multi Jet Fusion Services Near You: Your search for HP multi jet fusion services ends here. Norck offers tailored engineering and manufacturing support that begin with your unique project needs. Whether you're a local business or searching online, our expert team delivers top-quality, customized HP multi jet fusion solutions to bring your designs to life.

Experience the Norck difference. Get a quote fast for your manufacturing needs today!




Engineering Expertise, Every Step of the Way

NORCK offers custom manufacturing and engineering solutions tailored to your specific needs, across various industries.

Optimize Your Design for Production

NORCK's engineers can review your design and provide feedback to improve manufacturability, cost effectiveness, and efficiency.

Your Solution, Your Scale

Whether you need a single prototype or full-scale production, NORCK's engineers are ready to collaborate with you. Contact us to discuss how we can bring your concept to life.

Tailored Solutions for NORCK Customers

NORCK specializes in providing unique manufacturing and engineering solutions designed to meet the specific needs of each client. Our expertise covers a wide range of industries and applications.


Access to Huge Production Capacity - Norck

Get Access to Huge Production Capacity

Besides Norck's own production capacity, Norck has access to hundreds of top quality CNC machining, sheet metal, 3D printing, injection molding, and urethane casting providers across the United States, Germany, and Europe.

 Creating Supply Chain

Creating Supply Chain Resilience

Working with Norck effectively reduces your risks against supply chain shocks, unforeseen delays, price fluctuations, and quality issues, thus increasing your company’s resilience in its outsourcing and supply chain.

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Innovation at Work

Besides being an artificial intelligence augmented digital manufacturing company, we also develop extremely innovative manufacturing tools, fixtures and of course software applications such as RapidCAD, a highly intuitive and innovative web based CAD application.

Art artificial intelligent system

Artificial Intelligence Augmented

Norck gathers and uses thousands of data points to augment its engineers with a state of the art artificial intelligent system for better design and manufacturability.

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Green Driven

Norck encourages its partners to be carbon-neutral, and gives carbon neutral compliant suppliers priority over non-compliants.