Powering the New HP Jet Fusion 3D Printers | Jet Fusion 3D Printing | HP

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  • I wanna see an actual video (timelapse) vs extrusion video! These animations are nice, but lets see it in the flesh!

  • Such a massive corporate advert. Lets see the actual thing working. Is it fast just because it does more than one model at a time? Or is it fast for a single object?

  • i don't understand the difference between this technology and PolyJet from stratasys. can somebody explain?

  • Before hobbyists get too excited: the cheapest model is $120K. This is basically for professional customers only, and then only for those who don't mind nylon as the only available medium for printing.

  • Hey HP, Showing just CGI is cheating!! Show actual video of printing process and actual products!! NO CGI!!! DO NOT CHEAT PEOPLE!!

  • If my understanding is correct, the first layer applied is like a film/ paper filled with patented molecular material. The material is then sprayed with different agents to set hardness, textures, colours etc…
    What happens to the material that isnt sprayed? Can it be recycled?
    Seems like a lot of wastage – what happens if designers are only requiring a small part to be printed.

  • Outstanding, HP! With groundbreaking jet technology like this, surely HP now makes a simple inkjet printer that doesn't clog. Huh?

  • …The next stage will be molecular contsruction, I hope. By manipulating electric field combined with magnetic field they will get a genuine meaning of "nano" term.

  • But will they be able to print with metals? They compare their printing speed with the printing speed of laser sintering, which is mainly used for printing metals.

  • Yeah! Interesting 3D concept graphic presentation about how this printer should work! , But please HP! Can you show the real deal printing a real 3d model and show up a microscope video close up of the model printed and with some physical test of the 3d printed objects?

  • I have spent almost four years in this industry, and it is always the same throughout the market, the prices for small businesses. I really like this technology but, I have a question about the prices and If there will some kind of model for small business, for examples stratasys and 3DSYSTEMS have technology like this but the price is extremely high, so I would like to get this technology in other model more accessible

  • This is a wonderful machine. Have seen it in operation. It can print different materials, and simple electronics too. It's like a little factory from the future. As I understand the machine itself will be relatively cheap, but HP will make loads of money on the powder and the glue. It might be cheap enough for small objects. 100 gram might cost around 7 to 10 USD in large volume production.

  • This is a fascinating story. But I got one question: what if the model has overhangs, or what if some part of it on top is wider than in the bottom? There is no base for the next layer to be laid. So does it print only limited geometry, such as straight-extruded or narrowing-to-the-top bodies ?

  • new technology, this idea has been around for awhile. I bet the maintance and substrates clearly outperform the bank accounts. Still a great idea.

  • not a consumer product comparison is on parts that cost 100,000-300,000 to make, is for high precision prototypes it seems

  • Hey HP – it's Dec 15 2016, less than 92K views – the marketing department needs to generate more interest and viral videos to help generate awareness, interest, and purchasing. Shareholders want the stock price higher.

  • Its amazing how one can use so many words to say absolutely nothing. What tolerance can it achieve? What surface roughness? What is material deposition rate?

  • Interesting device, but by the time it is available at the price where most average hobbyists can afford it, I will be  probably be too old to be interested.

  • Now it´s more than one year later and even shapeways only uses the multi jet fusion still as a trial… maybe the multi jet fusion process is not as good as promised… 🙂 We will see

  • That's a lot of "could's". Now what CAN it do at this point? I can't even find a single decent example of a print.

  • I have just received some parts printed with the HP MJF and I must say I am really disappointed on the finishing details of the parts, its really that bad. Its nowhere close to the parts quality seen on the videos and when compared to the SLS nylon its even worst, SLS nylon provides way better finishing. I was expecting a lot more or at least same finishing quality as SLS nylon, however it looks and feel stronger than the SLS parts. I really hope that it was just a bad batch. Is it possible to speak with someone from HP? I want to know if this is the best resolution

  • XYZ Printing uses FDM with inkjet printing for color and will cost $2000. I just seen a CYMKW FDM printer that extrudes different color filament for millions of colors. And now HP has fusion color printing with is similar to other powdered ceramic printers? I bought a World of Warcraft colored 3D print of my game character and it is made by powder fusion and inkjet. But HP seem to be the most sophisticated. What's the price? Ant print samples?

  • $130,000 for the 3200 series and in the low $200,000 range for the more sophisticated 4200 series… Can't wait till we start using 3d printed parts that have been printed with clogged print heads… Not to mention any little difference in what one wants to print – colour, texture, etc, I'm sure will cost an arm and a leg more $$$. Well, We can just print a new arm and leg I guess?

  • HP "PROPRIETARY" AKA charge you arm and leg. Not to mention when something breaks you need to rent that PROPRIETARY tech to install the PROPRIETARY PART you can buy no where else except HP with massive amount of profit on top.

  • Nice, but I don't like the mess associated with all the powders & chemicals used in the process.
    I'll stick with my primitive, recyclable PLA extrusion, thanks.

  • how will products made through this method be recycled. It seems to me that using differences within one part eventually leads to dramatic downcycling, which I hope is not the future of production?

  • Promising… letz hope results will keep up with the expectation.
    And if one day this kind of systems could be afforded by private user it will be a revolution.

  • 0:55 "accuracy" look where the ink drops are landing, now compare it to what is being printed.

  • That's great! Do you know how long it will print before the software decides to pretend that the printer is malfunctioning?

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