HP Jet Fusion

Take your 3D printing to the next level with high resolution, durable end-use parts with HP Jet Fusion technology

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Fast, High-quality 3D Printed Parts

Powder-bed printing with higher resolution, smoother surface finish and superior production throughput

HP Jet Fusion technology shares many aspects with traditional powder-bed technologies – but with a few key improvements.

HP 3D printing technology uses engineering-grade thermoplastics, typically Nylon, which is capable of producing complex, organic geometries due to the lack of necessary support material.

How it Works

An overview of the HP Jet Fusion 3D printing process

HP Jet Fusion printers repeatedly lay thin layers of powder on the build plate. After a layer of powder is put down, a print head carriage sweeps over the print area jetting out two agents:

  • A fusing agent is jetted where the part needs to be
  • A detailing agent is jetted on the edge of the part.

During this same sweep, UV lamps heat the material, allowing the part to fuse not only in the X and Y axis, but also in the Z axis. This creates isotropic mechanical property parts unique to 3D printing.

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Common Applications

Explore popular uses for HP Jet Fusion 3D printing

  • Functional rapid prototypes
  • Customized prosthetics and orthotics
  • Consumer goods and electronics
  • Automotive
  • End use parts
  • Medical components

Revolutionizing Comfort with HP Jet Fusion Technology

FitMyFoot wants to help people live active, healthier lives by providing custom 3D printed insoles and sandals.

HP 3D printing gives them an edge in the footwear industry – allowing them to create faster, more affordable products than competing custom-made orthotics.


Technical Details

Standard: 5 – 8 days

Expedited: as soon as next day

X/Y Direction = +/-.012” or +/- .003 in/in, whichever is greater; Z Direction = +/- .020” or +/- .005 in/in, whichever is greater.

80 microns.

380 x 284 x 380 mm.

The standard natural color is heather gray. Parts can be readily dyed a uniform black color.


  • PA 12
  • TPU
  • PA 11
  • PA 12 GB

Design Guidelines



0.030” (dependent on layer height).


Large, dense parts create high thermal energy zones, more material consumption and often create surface defects in the part.

To resolve these issues, add a shell or hollow feature (2-3mm) to these parts.


Gain answers to common questions about the HP 3D printing process.

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