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Date: 19/04/2022         Posted by: caterina

MJF 3D Printing: the Turbofan Engine - PolyD

Hi Engineers!

Here we are with a new video showing a 3D printed part with MJF Technology, one of the best 3D printing technologies currently on the market, using Nylon PA12 as material. This is the Turbofan, a type of jet engine.  



Date: 11/02/2022         Posted by: caterina

MJF 3D Printing: Natural Cooling or Fast Cooling? - PolyD

Hello Engineers!

Welcome to PolyD's new video on Professional 3D Printing. Today we are going to take a closer look at Build Cooling, i.e. the cooling of 3D Printed Parts using MJF Technology.

Why is this phase of Industrial 3D Printing important? Because it has a signifi...


Date: 11/06/2021         Posted by: Davide

Pros and cons of 3D printing technologies: FDM, MJF and INJECTION

Hello Engineers!

Today we analyse the Pros and Cons of 3 3D Printing technologies, FDM, MJF and Injection Molding, using the Pump Body Prototype as an example. Our comparison considers the analysis of 6 characteristics: quality of the parts produced, processing time, materials used, ava...


Date: 24/02/2021         Posted by: Davide

MJF, FDM or SLS. PolyD's advice for your 3D Printing

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There are various methods for printing online a 3D object, each with its own merits and limitations. The most commonly used printing techniques on the market today are FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling), SLS (Selective Laser Sintering)...