Polyamide (MJF)
Models in polyamide are constructed from very fine, granular powder using the HP Multi Jet Fusion technology. The result is a strong, somewhat flexible material that can take small impacts and resist some pressure while being bent. The surface has a fine granular look, and is slightly porous but with higher density and lower porosity than parts produced with Selective Laser Sintering. Polyamide (MJF) is the ideal choice when you need more detailed surface resolution or thinner walls than are possible with Laser Sintering.

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