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  • Select the number of products
  • Select product color
    • Painting by impregnating finished products with dye. The texture does not change and no layer is added.
  • Select product material
    • Durable material, resistant to low and high temperatures, physical stress and vibrations
    • Low density material which allows for the creation of lightweight products; resistant to chemicals and water
    • Moisture- and chemical-resistant material that allows you to print flexible products
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Minimum order is 500 UAH. Download a new model or increase the number of products.

Our specialists will contact you to confirm the order and clarify the details.

FAQ

  • How long does it take you to fulfill orders?

    A printing cycle takes 3–5 days. It includes building, cooling, and sandblasting.

  • How fast does HP Jet Fusion 5210 print?

    At full capacity, printing takes no more than 12.5 hours. If the building volume is only partially filled, the printing time becomes proportionately shorter.


    The build cannot be removed from the station immediately after its completion, as the material’s mechanical properties will suffer from flash cooling. In Fast Cooling mode, it takes 4 hours for the build to cool entirely, and in Natural Cooling mode it takes up to 30 hours. Cooling is done in a separate module, so it has no impact on the printing performance.

  • How precise is MJF printing?

    The HP Jet Fusion 5210 applies polymer in layers of 0.08 mm with a horizontal resolution of 1,200 × 1,200 DPI and a margin of error of 0.08–0.1 mm.

    The horizontal resolution is based on the maximum precision of the X- and Y-axis movement of the printhead. The higher the number, the higher the level of detail. Vertical resolution is the minimum thickness of the polymer layer applied in one pass. The thinner the layer, the smoother the build’s surface is.

  • What color will the build have?

    Multi Jet Fusion produces items gray in color. This is what polyamide powder looks like in finished builds.

    However, we can also change the color of the printed item should the client require it. We currently offer two colors: black and graphite. To learn more about coloring, follow this link or contact our manager.

  • What kind of dust and moisture protection will the builds have?

    We use several types of materials for printing.

    The properties of HP PA 12 polyamide make it possible to create device cases and parts with an IP67 rating for dust and water protection. Finished products are not harmed by contact with fine dust. Physical properties are preserved when in contact with rain, running water, or sea waves. Products made of this material withstand a 30-minute immersion in water to a depth of 1 meter. Due to the high density of the polymer, such products do not absorb water and retain their dimensions in a humid environment.

    Because of its non-porous structure, polypropylene (PP) is resistant to water, so products made from this material do not require additional treatment with epoxy resins. The water absorption of polypropylene is very low; kept at room temperature for over 6 months, the material absorbs liquids of less than 0.5% of its own weight, and at 60°C, it absorbs less than 2% thereof.

    Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) also has high water-repellent properties: per 24 hours at 23ºC, the water absorption of the material is 0.6%, the protection level is IP67.

  • Do you do post-processing?

    The completed builds only undergo sandblasting to remove surplus polymer. Optionally, they can also be colored.

    We use two coloring methods:

    1. Dyeing. The application of color by immersing the item into a reservoir of dye. 
    2. Graphite blasting. Similar to sandblasting, but with glass and graphite as an abrasive material. It gives the item a dark-gray color.

    Dyeing and blasting are inexpensive and efficient ways of getting a high-quality finish.
    Available colors: graphite, black, and gray. Other finishes will soon be made available.

  • How can the PA 12 items be bonded?

    Hewlett Packard recommends the following adhesives for PA 12 bonding:

    1. Cyanoacrylate (a.k.a. Superglue)
    2. Loctite 401 and 406
    3. Epoxy
    4. Neoprene-based glues

    For better bonding reliability, the item’s surface must first be sanded and cleaned.

    See Hewlett Packard’s guide to learn more.

  • How is Multi Jet Fusion different from SLS?

    Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) and Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technologies are used for different types of powder 3D printing. 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.

    Products created using MJF technology have stable mechanical properties and detailed, smooth surfaces. Various materials are used for such printing, as follows:

    • Polyamide HP PA 12 allows you to create durable products with complex designs, thin walls, inscriptions, and logos. This material is resistant to water, ultraviolet radiation, and chemicals, as well as being biocompatible.
    • Polypropylene is the optimal material for printing prototypes and finished products: car interior elements, cases, boxes, and other items. Polypropylene products are proof against alcohols, oils, ethers, and other chemicals. They are durable and resistant to moisture.
    • Thermoplastic polyurethane is suitable for creating flexible elastic products, such as shoe parts, seals, and gaskets. Products made of this material do not crack when deformed and return to their original shape. The material can withstand exposure to oils, solvents, and a number of acids.

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

  • What process does HP Jet Fusion 5210 use?

    Our 3D printing process includes multiple stages:

    1. Visualization

    The 3D model is imported into HP SmartStream 3D Build Manager, an app that creates printer tasks. The space outlined in blue is the HP Jet Fusion 5210’s print volume. Its dimensions are 380 × 284 × 380 mm. Once the details are laid out, the app starts preparing the print task.

    2. Printer preparation

    The build unit is loaded with material and then inserted into the printer. Once this is done, it is ready for launch. Your items will be printed from this polyamide.

    3. Printing

    The printer applies a layer of powder and bonding agent, which is then fused under IR light. Once the layer is fused, the printing head applies another one. With Hewlett Packard’s solution, a whole layer is fused in one pass.

    4. Cooldown

    The build should be cooled gradually to preserve the item’s structural properties and prevent the material from becoming brittle. Usually, it takes up to 12 hours for a build to cool down. Meanwhile, the HP Jet Fusion 5210 can print another one. The printer also has active cooling capabilities: the build can be cooled in just 4 hours, but there is no guarantee the material will be as durable.

    5. Clean-up

    Multi Jet Fusion is a powder printing technology, so the newly built items need to be cleaned from surplus polyamide. All this is done in the post-processing unit.

    Once cleaned, the items are ready for use without additional finishing. They can also be dyed black or gray if need be. Then we send them to the customer.

  • How do I pay for my order?

    You can pay for your order once our manager clarifies all the details with you. Infomir 3D Printing fulfills orders only on pre-paid terms. You can pay for your order with a PrivatBank card or cashless payment.

    For cashless payments, we need the client to submit their registration certificate, VAT payer’s certificate, and banking details. After the order is paid for, we will deliver the finished items together with an invoice.

  • How is the printing price calculated?

    The price depends on the weight and quantity of items. These determine how much polymer is used.

    Upload your model to our online calculator for an automatic quote. If you need an oversized model printed or your file exceeds the 25 MB size limit, contact our manager for a more precise price estimate:

    +38 (099) 075 5995

    3dprint@infomir.com

  • Do you provide 3D scanning/modeling services?

    Our specialists work with finished models. If you need a model developed or 3D scanned, we can refer you to our trusted partners.

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    We use website visitors’ data for our content and information mailing list. Processing your personal information, we take all required safety precautions: to find out more, see our Privacy Policy. You can unsubscribe from our mailing list at any time.

  • Do you grant discounts?

    We have special offers for 3D studios. For large orders, discounts are determined on a case-by-case basis.

  • How do I upload my 3D model file into the online calculator?

    To upload your model to our online calculator, follow this link to the order placement page. The file needs to be submitted via an online form there. Then, you will have to input your name, telephone number, and e-mail. In the Comment box, you can add a description of your project or additional information, e.g., desired paint color.

    Check out our 3D model upload how-to video.

    The model must be submitted as an STL file, its size not exceeding 25 MB. If you have a larger model, send it to 3dprint@infomir.com

  • Do you sign NDAs?

    Your projects are safe with Infomir 3D Printing. All 3D model files uploaded to our online calculator are protected with end-to-end encryption, meaning no third party can view or use them.

    To protect intellectual property and keep your business processes confidential, we recommend that you sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA).

    Please, download the Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), template, fill it, and send it by e-mail to 3dprint@infomir.com

  • How do I place a 3D printing order?

    Upload your 3D model to our online calculator and input the item size and quantity to get a quote from us.
    The minimall order price is UAH 500. Also, don’t forget to add your contact details and project description for our manager. Once your order is paid for, we will print and ship it with Nova Poshta. Special terms apply for large and recurring orders.

    If you need an oversized model printed or the size of your file exceeds 25 MB, contact our manager for a more precise price estimate:

    +38 (099) 075 5995

    3dprint@infomir.com

    We work with individuals, legal entities, and sole entrepreneurs.

Order 3D printing

  • 1. Upload your 3D model
  • 2. Specify the quantity and color
  • 3. Pay the order
  • 4. We print the product
  • 5. The order is shipped directly to you