The HP Jet Fusion 540 printer uses the patented technology of the American manufacturer HP, called Multi Jet Fusion. It is part of the recent HP range unveiled in early 2018, which includes the HP Jet Fusion 340, 540, 380 and 580 3D printers.

Like the Jet Fusion 340, these two additive manufacturing solutions produce high-density, low-porosity parts in black or white. It differs from the 340 in terms of printing volume. This technology is ideal for functional prototypes and small series of final parts.

Precise, functional parts with a complex level of detail

The HP Jet Fusion 540 offers a printing volume of 190 x 332 x 248 mm and an accuracy of 80 microns. The manufacturer’s objective is to offer the production of industrial parts with high mechanical properties and a high level of repeatability.

The 540 has been specially designed for the production of small series from polyamide PA12 material, in black or white, with voxel control. This 3D printer is designed for product development teams, design studios or universities producing up to about 100 parts per week. The manufacturer’s Multi Jet Fusion technology allows parts to be obtained ten times faster than the FDM and SLS printers on the market. This significantly reduces the cost per part and production time.