3D Printing in Action
Ultrasint TPU - a robust, flexible material designed for the real world.
TPU is a versatile thermoplastic made by BASF with rubber-like properties, which is ideal for the production of parts requiring shock absorption, energy return or flexibility. Typical applications include sports protection equipment, footwear, orthopedic models, car interior components and various industrial tools like pipes and grippers.
CGX uses Multi Jet Fusion technology to create innovative designs, simplify supply chain, and reduce time to market.
Learn how CGX Systems used HP MJF technology to design, develop and manufacture it's electroencephalogram (EEG) headsets.
DustRam optimizes it's manufacturing of dustless tile removal tools with PA12 and Multi Jet Fusion technology.
Learn how DustRam uses Multi Jet Fusion technolgy to reduce production time, lower costs, build lighter parts and get ahead of the competition with their dustless tile chipping hammers.
How does Multi Jet Fusion compare to other 3D printing processes?
The HP Multi Jet Fusion printing process has several distinct advantages over comparable 3D printing processes including speed, affordability, and overall quality of the materials produced with this process. This makes MJF an increasingly popular option for rapid prototyping and end-use manufacturing of industrial plastics.
Tempus 3D expands its Additive Manufacturing service offering with Selkirk Technology Access Centre (STAC) collaboration agreement.
Tempus 3D and the Selkirk Technology Access Centre (STAC) are pleased to announce their recently signed collaboration agreement. This agreement will expand the current Tempus 3D service offering by making a number of additional printing technologies and materials available to its customers.