3D Systems’ MultiJet Printing (MJP) process creates precise plastic parts that are ideal for functional prototyping, rapid tooling, and many other applications. Print rigid or flexible parts with ABS-like plastics and true elastomers for real functionality and performance.
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MultiJet Printing (MJP) features
The ProJet MJP 3600 Series is a plastic multi-material 3D printer series and the latest in 3D Systems’ MultiJet Printing (MJP) line of 3D printers. This MultiJet device was designed to create high-fidelity and high-performance parts with:
- An affordable price
- An office-friendly footprint
- Easy part processing
Get fine details and smooth finishes like no other 3D printer with the MJP 3600 series:
True-to-CAD quality and accuracy
Superior edge fidelity and surface finish
Tested performance reliability and quality
Produce more parts quickly with print speeds up to 2X faster than similar class printers. And with high-capacity build volume and automated batch processing, you can increase flexibility and accelerate design repetition and validation for better product quality.
Choose from a variety of available VisiJet® MultiJet 3D printing material combinations to create high-performance plastic designs that are durable, watertight, heat resistant, bio-compatible, and much more.
MJP users around the world are bringing products to market faster. Validate designs, test performance and manufacturability, and align stakeholders quickly, with prototypes that precisely match design intent.
Conduct test and review cycles faster, so you can identify and fix design flaws early. Know that your products have been thoroughly tested before you commit to the cost of tooling.
ITERATE FASTER, INNOVATE BETTER
Empower your team to test more design concepts to yield better products. Creativity flourishes when it’s this easy to try out and show new ideas.
Accurate prototypes improve communication with technicians and suppliers, reducing expensive rework. MJP is also used to make rapid tooling at a lower cost than traditional tools, jigs and fixtures.