The HP Jet Fusion 3D printing solution reinvents how you prototype and produce functional parts, delivering quality output, up to 10 times faster at half the cost.
HP’s unique Open Platform approach is fostering widespread adoption of 3D printing by expanding the availability of new materials to address a broader set of applications, lowering materials costs, driving performance improvements, and creating new possibilities.
Ideal for producing strong, quality parts at the lowest cost per part. Robust thermoplastic produces high-density parts with balanced property profiles and strong structures.
Ideal for producing stiff, low-cost, quality parts.
A multi-purpose affordable thermoplastic material for the production of strong parts, enabling design of lightweight structures with great color uniformity.
Ideal for producing ductile, quality parts at the lowest cost.
Transform part properties voxel by voxel enabling a future of limitless applications, materials, and colors. Imagine a future where we can produce ‘smart parts’ with embedded electronics and integrated traceability and intelligence. Get ready for the future era of digital manufacturing .
Work with HP Multi Jet Fusion technology and materials to deliver fine details and dimensional accuracy.
Every layer enables predictive corrections voxel by voxel for optimal mechanical properties.
Reported via a touchscreen help minimize errors and enable easy and accurate job progress tracking
Complete, easy-to-use in-box software solutions that streamline your workflow from design to final part
Streamline your workflow and reduce labor time. No additional room for parts removal needed
Reduces cooling time resulting in faster time-to-part and more parts ready within the same day.
HP 3D High Reusability PA12 —a strong, multi-purpose thermoplastic that optimizes cost and part quality.
Accelerated materials innovation to drive new, high-performance materials thanks to HP’s Open Platform
HP Jet Fusion 580/380 Color and 540/340 3D Printers produce functional parts in full color, black or white—with voxel control—in a fraction of the time.