Technical Whitepaper: HP Metal Jet Technology
Three-dimensional (3D) printing of complex applications and machine components is a reality. 3D printing offers the ability to produce rapidly and at low cost both industrial-scale runs of high-value parts and one-of-akind parts. Now, with an advanced technology for metal parts, HP continues to reinvent the design, production, and distribution of 3D-printed parts to drive the digital transformation of manufacturing with the most advanced 3D metals printing technology for mass production: HP Metal Jet. Using HP Thermal Inkjet to precisely deliver HP Metal Jet binding agent to a powder metal bed and industry-standard metal injection molding (MIM) metal powders, the HP Metal Jet S100 Printer is a binder jet printer that features: Multiple parts produced at the same time, or large parts, in a powder bed 430 x 309 x 200 mm (16.9 x 12.2 x 7.9 in). Parts can be arranged freely in multiple levels in the powder bed to optimize packing density, productivity, and cost. No build plate required, compared with selective laser melting (SLM). 1200 x 1200 dpi addressability in a layer 35 to 140 microns thick. Finished parts with isotropic properties that meet ASTM and MPIF standards.4 High material reusability reduces materials cost and waste without compromising part quality.5 Density after sintering > 96%, similar to MIM.
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