HP Jet Fusion 540
The HP Jet Fusion 540 3D printer has the ability to produce clean, white, engineering-grade parts with high dimensional accuracy and fine detail, fast.
- Accurate, functional parts with intricate detail
- Voxel control: For enhanced control over mechanical properties and appearance
- Automation: Automatically mixes fresh and reusable material and loads agents
- Fast and reliable: Prints at 1,817 cm³ per hour with superior uptime and reliability
- No support material: the powder supports the print in-situ, in any orientation.
- Reduced waste: thanks to the re-usable material there is less wastage.
|Subtitle||Accelerate your creation workflow|
|Printhead Resolution||1200 dpi|
|Layer Height||80 microns (0.08mm)|
|Build Dimensions||332 x 190 x 248 mm (13.1 x 7.5 x 9.8 inches)|
|Enclosure||Fully enclosed printing system with automatic powder management.|
|Technology||HP Multi Jet Fusion technology|
|Software||HP SmartStream 3D Build Manager, HP SmartStream 3D Command Center|
|Supports||3MF, STL, OBJ, VRML v.2|
|Dimensions||1565 x 955 x 1505 mm (61.6 x 37.6 x 59.3 inches)|
|Print Speed||1,817 cm³/hr (111 in³/hr)|
|Power Requirements||200-240v (line-to-line), 36A max, 50/60Hz|
Streamline your workflow and fabricate intricate, complex, functional parts faster than ever with the HP Jet Fusion 540.
The Jet Fusion 540 is special because it uses HP’s proprietary Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology. This uses two perpendicular carriages which operate with one pass to lay plastic powder and fusing agents together at specific points.
One of the carriages lays the plastic powder on the print bed, the other dispenses a fusing agent at specific voxels to promote the absorption of infrared light.
Infrared energy then passes over the part. This absorption fuses the inked areas, creating solid parts with an outstanding finish and optimal mechanical properties.
This process brings with it a massive speed boost over comparable FDM, SLA, and even SLS machines. Another benefit is that the Jet Fusion 540 prints without support material with reliable, repeatable results. This enables parts to be fabricated with small features, complex geometries, and increasingly intricate details.
Designed to perform
The Jet Fusion F40 is an industrial-grade 3D printer designed specifically for high-output applications. It enables you to print easily, reliably, and predictably, with superior results to what you have probably experienced with SLS.
With it, you can print up to 100 functional parts a week, thanks to the 1,817 cm3 /hr (111 in3 /hr) build speed, which equates to a build job time for a 248-mm (9.8-in) part of 20-hours or a little less. The build volume is 332 x 190 x 248 mm (13.1 x 7.5 x 9.8 inches) which is plenty enough for most applications.
HP has thought of everything to simplify workflow, so the Jet Fusion F40 automatically mixes fresh and reusable material. It also loads agents automatically, just so you don’t have to. In fact, all you have to do is insert materials and perform a few pre-checks. Then, simply press ‘Start’ and the Jet Fusion 540 will take care of the rest.
With speed, automation, print quality and measurable workflow benefits, the HP Jet Fusion 540 is designed to take in-house production to another level. Increase your productivity and capability by investing in your very own model.
What People Say
“HP has the potential to revolutionize 3D printing. With its new technology, everybody will win. Shapeways can offer it to the community, and the community can make amazing products.”
Peter Weijmarshausen, CEO, Shapeways
“The new technology looks like a truly exciting leap ahead in industrial-grade 3D printing. We at Proto Labs look forward to collaborating with HP to advance this new platform that could result in significantly higher productivity, improved part quality, and lower cost.”
Rob Connelly, Vice President of Additive Manufacturing, Proto Labs
“HP put a lot of work into material handling. They found the best way to do it. You can wheel the build unit directly into the printer. It's smart. It knows what material, what blend or ratio you mixed it at, and when you did it.”
John Buffington , Lead Manufacturing Engineer, Jabil, Inc.