From the moment HP Inc. first announced its breakthrough Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) 3D printing technology in 2014 until it was finally introduced last spring, the industry has been extremely enthusiastic about it. The company has been working hard to expand the presence of its MJF technology all around the world, adding new distributors, new customers, resellers and service bureaus, and multiple big-name partners, like Deloitte, Johnson & Johnson, Jabil, Nike, and Siemens. This year alone, the company introduced an open materials platform and a Materials Development Kit for MJF, as well as created a new executive-level role in its 3D Printing business. 2018 plans to introduce full-color and metal capabilities are already in the works.
It’s been said that HP’s disruptive Multi Jet Fusion technology is ushering in a new era of manufacturing – the company’s cost-effective Jet Fusion 3D 3200/4200 printers are capable of delivering high build quality at up to ten times the speed of existing 3D printers, and HP has also developed the capability of controlling properties for individual voxels. The technology has been grabbing the attention of companies and organizations all over the globe, and is, as HP itself puts it, “rocking the 3D print industry.”
Clearly, this is groundbreaking technology we’re talking about, which is why it’s important to learn as much as we can about it. If you’re interested in learning more about the fundamentals of HP’s voxel-level Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing technology, we have good news for you. 3DPrint.com is partnering up with HP to offer a free webinar later this week, called “3D Printing Fundamentals for HP’s Multi Jet Fusion Materials.”
On Tuesday, October 24th, from 1 PM to 2 PM ET, join 3DPrint.com for a live webcast, sponsored by HP, led by one of the scientists behind the company’s MJF technology. Dr. Stephen Rudisill is an R&D scientist for HP’s 3D materials and advanced application group, and he specializes in fluid/build material interactions, agent development, and improving both the performance and the reliability of all current and future Multi Jet Fusion solutions.
During Wednesday’s live webinar, Dr. Rudisill will be offering attendees a deeper explanation and understanding of how Multi Jet Fusion works, as well as how any future materials developed through the company’s open materials platform partners will meet the demands of manufacturing. In addition, he will also introduce attendees to HP’s voxel engineering capabilities from both a design and a production standpoint.
If you’re interested in attending the free webcast and learning more about HP’s innovative Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing technology from an expert, you can register for it here. No matter if you’re a curious beginner or a manufacturing whiz, this webinar will help keep you informed on one of the biggest advancements to date in the 3D printing industry.
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