Multi Jet Fusion

Multi Jet Fusion is an industrial 3D printing process that produces functional nylon prototypes and end-use production parts in as fast as 1 day. Final parts exhibit quality surface finishes, fine feature resolution, and ‬more consistent mechanical properties when compared to processes like selective laser sintering.

Multi Jet Fusion design guidelines will help you understand capabilities and limitations.

Why Choose Multi Jet Fusion For Your 3D Printing Project?

MJF offers engineering grade materials with great overall properties. Additionally, MJF offers enhanced surface finish, finer features, more consistent mechanical properties, and faster build times.

Multi Jet Fusion material data sheets can be found in our Material Comparison Guide

How Does Multi Jet Fusion Work?

Multi Jet Fusion uses an inkjet array to selectively apply fusing and detailing agents across a bed of nylon powder, which are then fused by heating elements into a solid layer. After each layer, powder is distributed on top of the bed and the process repeats until the part is complete.

When the build finishes, the entire powder bed with the encapsulated parts is moved to a processing station where a majority of the loose powder is removed by an integrated vacuum. Parts are then bead blasted to remove any of the remaining residual powder before ultimately reaching the finishing department where they are dyed black to improve cosmetic appearance.

1 to 50+ parts

Shipped in 1 to 7 days



Best for:
  • parts requiring consistent isotropic mechanical properties
  • functional prototypes and end-use parts
  • complex and organic geometries with fine features


Multi Jet Fusion Materials

We offer a commercial-grade unfilled Nylon 12 material that creates durable parts with consistent isotropic mechanical properties.

Design Guidelines

Design guidelines for Multi Jet Fusion include important design considerations to ensure optimal part quality, enhance cosmetics, and reduce production time and costs.
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