Strength, Durability, and High Performance

MJF (Multi Jet Fusion) with PA12 (Polyamide 12) is a powerful combination that enables the production of functional parts with high accuracy and detail. MJF with PA12 is commonly used for rapid prototyping, allowing designers to quickly validate their designs before production. It is also ideal for manufacturing tools and jigs due to PA12's strength and durability.

The material's excellent mechanical properties make it suitable for producing functional end-use parts, including housings, brackets, and casings. It is particularly useful in the automotive industry for lightweight components and aerospace applications where strength-to-weight ratio is critical.

MJF with PA12 finds applications in customized consumer products, such as personalized accessories and fashion items. It also serves the medical field for patient-specific models, prosthetics, and medical device components


  • Prototyping:

    MJF with PA12 is often used for rapid prototyping due to its ability to quickly produce functional prototypes with high accuracy and detail. It allows designers and engineers to validate their designs before moving into full-scale production.

  • Manufacturing Tools and Jigs:

    PA12's strength and durability make it suitable for producing manufacturing tools and jigs. These tools can include fixtures, templates, guides, and custom tooling required in various industries, such as automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing.

  • Functional End-Use Parts:

    MJF with PA12 is capable of producing end-use parts with good mechanical properties. Its high strength, impact resistance, and heat resistance make it suitable for functional components like housings, brackets, casings, and clips in various industries.

  • Customized Consumer Products:

    PA12 allows for the production of customized consumer products due to its versatility and ability to produce intricate designs. Examples include personalized accessories, consumer electronics casings, eyewear frames, and fashion accessories.

  • Medical and Healthcare Applications:

    MJF with PA12 finds applications in the medical and healthcare sectors. It can be used to produce patient-specific anatomical models for surgical planning, custom prosthetics, orthotics, and medical device components.

  • Automotive Parts:

    MJF with PA12 is employed in the automotive industry for the production of lightweight and functional parts. This includes interior components like dashboard panels, air vents, and door handles, as well as under-the-hood components like ducts, brackets, and connectors.

  • Aerospace Components:

    PA12's high strength-to-weight ratio and resistance to heat and chemicals make it suitable for aerospace applications. MJF with PA12 can be used to produce lightweight, complex parts such as air ducts, brackets, clips, and interior components for aircraft.

  • Education and Research:

    MJF with PA12 is utilized in educational institutions and research labs for rapid prototyping, educational models, and functional demonstrations across various fields, including engineering, design, architecture, and material science.

Technical Information

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Tensile Strength Typically ranging from 45 MPa to 55 MPa
Yield Strength Typically ranging from 35 MPa to 45 MPa
Elongation at Break Typically ranging from 10% to 20%
Flexural Strength Typically ranging from 60 MPa to 70 MPa
Flexural Modulus Typically ranging from 1500 MPa to 2000 MPa
Density Approximately 0.95 g/cm³
Melting Point Approximately 170°C to 180°C (338°F to 356°F)
Glass Transition Temperature (Tg) Approximately 50°C to 60°C (122°F to 140°F)
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion Typically around 70-80 x 10^-6 K^-1
Water Absorption Typically less than 1%
Heat Deflection Temperature (HDT) Typically around 50°C to 60°C (122°F to 140°F)

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