MJF 3D Printed PP Sample Label Raw Finish

MJF 3D Printed PP Sample Label Raw Finish

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Process 3D Print
Material Plastic
Quantity 2 pcs
Price Range $1-100
Lead Time 1 workdays

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About Project

Are you looking for a material that can handle any challenge? A material that is strong, flexible, and resistant to chemicals and moisture? A material that can be 3D printed with high precision and speed? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you need to check out Polypropylene (PP).

PP is one of the most popular plastics in the world, used for everything from packaging to automotive parts. PP has many advantages over other plastics, such as low density, high melting point, and excellent weldability. PP is also recyclable and environmentally friendly.

But how can you 3D print PP with the best quality and efficiency? The answer is Multi Jet Fusion (MJF). MJF is a cutting-edge 3D printing technology that uses a thermal inkjet array to fuse layers of fine-grained PP powder. MJF can create parts with amazing resolution, accuracy, and strength. MJF can also print parts without any support structures, which means you can design complex shapes and hollow parts without any hassle.

To show you the amazing potential of MJF 3D printed PP parts, we have created a sample label with raw finishing. This label is not just a label, it’s a demonstration of what MJF can do with PP. The label has a rectangular shape and different thicknesses of PP material in the middle. You can see how MJF can print thin features with PP material and how smooth the surfaces are. 

Do you want to get your own MJF 3D-printed PP parts? Then you need to visit FacFox. FacFox is the ultimate online 3D printing service provider that offers a wide range of manufacturing services with rich materials, fast turnaround, and low cost. FacFox has state-of-the-art MJF printers and skilled engineers who can help you with your design and production needs. Whether you need prototypes or end products, FacFox can make your parts with the highest quality and efficiency. Visit their website facfox.com to get an instant quote and start your project today.

Solution

  • Step 1: A 3D model of the sample label was created using CAD software. The model had a rectangular shape and different thicknesses of PP material in the middle.
  • Step 2: The 3D model was uploaded to the FacFox website and an order was placed for MJF 3D printing with raw finishing. The order details included the material, quantity, and delivery options.
  • Step 3: The order was processed by FacFox and the 3D model was sliced into thin layers by software. The software also generated a print file that contained the instructions for the MJF printer.
  • Step 4: The print file was sent to the MJF printer and the printing process began. The printer had a build chamber that contained a bed of fine-grained PP powder. The printer also had a thermal inkjet array that moved across the powder bed and selectively deposited a fusing agent on the areas that corresponded to the cross-sections of the sample label.
  • Step 5: The printer also applied a detailing agent on the edges of the part to improve the surface quality. The printer then used an infrared lamp to heat up the powder bed and fuse the PP particles together. It repeated this process for each layer until the sample label was completed.
  • Step 6:  The sample label was removed from the powder bed and cleaned with compressed air. The excess powder was recycled for future use. The sample label was then inspected for quality and packed for shipping. The sample label was delivered to the customer with raw finishing, which means that no further post-processing was done on the part.