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How is Multi Jet Fusion different from SLS?

Like Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), Multi Jet Fusion is a powder 3D printing technology. Unlike SLS, where the polymer is spot-fused using lasers, MJF fuses the powder and bonding agent with IR light.

For an SLS printer running at 100% capacity, it can take up to 30 hours to fuse and cool the printed product. With MJF, on the other hand, printing takes 12.5 hours, and quick cooling — 4 hours.

MJF uses the PA 12 polyamide for printing. As a result, printed items can be made denser and less porous than with SLS. MJF-printed items have isotropic mechanical properties, higher definition, and a smoother surface.

If you need to print an intricate design with thin walls, inscriptions, and logos, Multi Jet Fusion and PA 12 are your best option.

Learn more about Multi Jet Fusion technology: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxjsZ5XKmbU

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