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Product Update: Lower Pricing and New Materials for HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)

Now you can instantly quote HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) parts at up to 50% cheaper with no minimums. You can also order MJF parts in two new materials: Nylon 11 and TPU 95A.

By Serena Ngoh
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Xometry’s HP Multi Jet Fusion service is a more cost-effective way than ever to buy 3D printed parts. Now, you can instantly quote HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) parts at up to 50% off with no minimums and order MJF parts in two new materials: Nylon 11 and TPU 95A.

New Materials for MJF

Xometry’s HP Multi Jet Fusion service is now adding two new materials: Nylon 11 (PA 11) and TPU 95A (Estane M95A). These materials will join Nylon 12 (PA 12) and glass-filled Nylon 12 (PA 12 GB) to round out HP Multi Jet Fusion’s current material offerings.

As seen below, the new materials are available in the drop-down menu in Xometry’s Instant Quoting Engine℠

Nylon 11 has optimal mechanical properties, with high chemical resistance, ductility, and enhanced elongation-at-break. Its pliable nature and strength mean that Nylon 11 can withstand impact, making it an excellent choice for defense, sports, and medical prosthetic applications.

TPU 95A is a thermoplastic urethane, with high levels of flexibility and tear strength. The material exhibits rubber-like qualities—much like a shoe sole—allowing for a range of end-use applications.

Technical Specifications for HP Multi Jet Fusion Materials
Name and Standard Color% Elongation at Break (XY, Z)MPa Tensile Strength (XY, Z)°C Heat Deflection (HDT @66 PSI, @264 PSI)°C Melting Point
HP MJF Nylon 12, Matte Gray20%, 15%48, 48 MPa175°C, 95°C187°C
HP MJF Nylon 12 Glass-Filled, Matte Gray10%, 10%30, 30 MPa174°C, 114°C186°C
HP MJF Nylon 11, Matte Gray55%, 40%52, 52 MPa185°C, 54°C202°C
HP MJF TPU 95A, Matte Gray400%, 90%17, 8 MPaShore A 90-9580, 35

How to Achieve the Highest Cost Savings

  • Nylon 12 is a safe bet: parts printed in Nylon 12 will offer the highest cost savings when compared to the other MJF material options
  • Forget minimum quantities: low quantities (of approximately 20 or less) will offer the same per part pricing as higher quantities
  • Try designing small: parts measuring 4” x 4” x 4”—or otherwise fitting within a 4” box—could be 50% cheaper than before

*While pricing changes have rolled out across a range of parts and geometries, a discount is not guaranteed and depends on geometric complexity, lead times, and other manufacturing specifications.

Serena Ngoh
I write about Xometry and all things manufacturing. You might also see me hosting webinars, designing infographics, producing videos, and working directly with customers to tell their manufacturing success stories. Reach out if you'd like to share yours!

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