3D Printing Fundamentals for HP’s Multi-Jet Fusion Materials


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HP’s Multi-Jet Fusion technology is set to transform plastics manufacturing and create new opportunities where additive manufacturing has typically not been able to play. This presentation will describe how Multi-Jet Fusion technology works, and go on to explain how future materials sets are being developed with open materials partners to meet the existing demands of traditional manufacturing, while enabling the future of part design and production with voxel-level engineering capabilities.


Dr. Stephen Rudisill

Stephen Rudisill is an R&D scientist with HP’s 3D Materials & Advanced Applications group, developing materials and supplies for HP’s MJF technology offerings. His work focuses on agent development, fluid/build material interactions, and improving the reliability and performance of current and future MJF technology offerings. He holds a PhD in Materials Chemistry from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities.

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