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Metal 3D printer
MJPindustriallarge-format

metal 3D printer
metal 3D printer
metal 3D printer
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Characteristics

Materials to be printed
metal
Technology
MJP
Applications
industrial
Other characteristics
large-format, high-speed
X travel

430 mm (17 in)

Y travel

320 mm (13 in)

Z travel

200 mm (8 in)

Description

UP TO 50X MORE PRODUCTIVE1 •Produce high volumes of parts—and large parts —with a binder jetting build size of 430 x 320 x 200 mm (16.9x12.6x7.9 in). •Accelerate product development cycles with multiple design itérations in just days. •Produce parts faster, in fewer steps with no debinding required and eiiminate tooling. •Gain manufacturing process efficiency with HP Métal Jet Solution Services. LOW COST2 •Get final métal parts faster with a low price industrial production-grade 3D printer, at less than $399,000 USD.2 •Drive new business growth by producing high-quality final métal parts at a low cost per part.2 •Look to HP's Open Platform for industry-standard, low-cost materials and industry-standard sintering solution compatibility. •High reusability of materials can reduce materials cost and waste.3 Eliminate up-front tooling costs. HIGH-QUAUTY METAL PARTS •Easily produce geometrically complex parts without trade-offs, with HP voxel-level 1200 x 1200 dpi 3D printing accuracy. •Get strong, functional final métal parts with HP's isotropie mechanical properties and proprietary binding agent. •Count on HF Thermal Inkjet expertise for industrial production-grade quality and consistent output at speed. METAL JET PRODUCTION SERVICE4 Experience HP Metal Jet quality. To order parts, upload your design file,5 get a design compatibility check from HP, and receive your order from our manufacturing partner.4, 6

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