MJF 3D Printing Service

Multi Jet Fusion is a very common branch of 3D printing. It is useful in a wide variety of applications and projects, from ATV modification parts to office storage accessories. Read more about this service below.

What is Multi Jet Fusion?

The process of MJF printing is done by layering a polymer or nylon material powder into a powder bed  of a 3D printing machine. Then, a binding agent is deposited as directed by the design file. Lastly, a laser runs over the powder bed, solidifying the design. This process is repeated until the part is complete.

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MJF (Multi Jet Fusion) capabilities

Maximum build size
Standard lead time
Layer height
Minimum feature size
 380mm x 280mm x 380mm 4-5 business days (X,Y): +\- 0.300mm or 100mm +\- 0.3%

(Z): +\- 0.400mm or > 100mm +\- 0.4%

80 μm  1 mm

MJF 3D printing processes use strong, versatile materials

That’s why a variety of industries use our 3D printing services and materials


Default Color
Nylon PA 12 Grey 80μm Occasional defects Efficient cost Prototypes, test parts
Nylon PA 11 Grey 80μm Surface defects Chemical resistance Prototypes
Glass-Filled Grey 80μm Higher cost Excellent strength Complex parts
Polypropylene Dark Grey 80μm Oxidized degradation Thermally resistant Automotive parts
Full-Color Colors 80μm Requires .3MF file Perfectly colored parts Particular custom parts

Surface finishes for MJF 3D printing

We offer 3 types of surface finishes for MJF Printing


Part is taken from machine and excess powder is removed


Part is tumbled and then shot-peened providing a smooth surface

Vapor Polished

Parts are smoothed in a machine, providing an injection-molded surface look

How MJF stacks up against other 3D printing technologies

Max. part size
Layer thickness
Min. feature size
Aluminum, 316L Stainless Steel, 17-4 Stainless Steel $$$ Metal parts 400mm x 320mm x 320mm 50µm – 200µm 1 mm
Proto Plus, WaterTight, Smooth GP, Transparent Plus, Tough Plus, High Temp TS, Imagine Black $$ Smooth surface finish 1380mm x 680mm x 480mm 50µm – 200µm 1 mm
Nylon PA12, Nylon PA2200, Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) $$$$ High precision
  • (XYZ SLS): 220mm x 220mm x 195mm
  • (EOS P770 SLS): 380mm x 700mm x 580mm
  • (EOS P396 SLS): 340mm x 340mm x 600mm
120 µm 1 mm
Nylon PA12, Nylon PA11, GLass Filled Nylon, Polypropylene, Full Color(CBPA12) $ Strong structures 380mm x 280mm x 380mm 80 μm 1 mm

We have high standards for MJF 3D printing

Every part we manufacture is produced to meet the highest quality standards and your precise expectations. Our machines and printers are operated by teams of professional technicians and designers. When you work with us, you can expect each order to meet our Quality Policy. If you have any questions about our standards or quality certifications, please see this page or email us at [email protected].

Advantages and drawbacks of MJF 3D printing


  • Structurally strong parts
  • Quick results
  • Highly precise dimensions
  • Minimal material waste


  • Default part color is dark grey
  • Parts can only be dyed to darker colors
  • Limited material options

Designing files for MJF printing

We can print your parts off almost any 3D CAD file, including .STL, .3MF, and .OBJ. The minimum dimension we suggest for your parts in 1 mm to help protect the quality of the print. We also offer in-house CAD file design assistance. For more information, email [email protected].

Learn more about designing CAD files for MJF printing

More resources for MJF 3D printing

Visit the links on the right to learn more about MJF 3D printing! Or, you can visit our blog to explore other helpful articles and information.

Our other 3D printing processes


Need to print some metal parts? We’ve got you covered with our SLM printing technology.

  • Lightweight metal parts
  • Highly customizable metal parts

Explore our Aluminum SLM services


Looking for another option to print nylon parts? Check out the SLS process

  • Dimensional accuracy
  • Chemical resistance

Explore our SLS services


Want to try a whole new printing process? Take a look at SLA technology.

  • Superior strength and durability
  • Smooth raw surface

Explore our SLA services