Technology Applied deploys the HP Jet Fusion 3D 5210 3D printer

Technology Applied – the largest Polish company providing 3D printing services, expands its machine park with an industrial 3D printer – HP Jet Fusion 3D 5210. This is the first 3D printing machine from powdered plastics operating in MJF (MultiJet Fusion) technology in the offer of thecompany, which already has a number of SLS machines from the German company EOS. The installation of the HP Jet Fusion 3D 5210 is expected to be completed by the end of the first quarter of this year. Its supplier is Integart – an authorized distributor of HP solutions in Poland.

“The purchase of an industrial MJF 3D printer is the answer to numerous inquiries from our customers who, for various reasons, are looking for 3D prints made in this particular technology,” says Jarosław Kozak, founder and president of Technology Applied. “From our point of view, both incremental methods – MJF and SLS – are equivalent, and any differences are only due to the specific geometry of the part. Nevertheless, we believe that customers are always right and if they expect prints made on HP presses – they must get them from us.”

HP Jet Fusion 3D 5210 series is a modern and high-performance industrial 3D printer with high throughput, counted in hundreds or thousands of parts produced per month. The dimensions of the working chamber are 380 x 284 x 380 mm, the maximum 3D printing speed is 5058 cm³/h, and the standard height of the printed layer is 0.08 mm. The machine uses materials such as polyamides PA11, PA12, PA12 GB (with glass fibre), BASF TPU and BASF PP (polypropylene). The 3D printer comes with a fully automated post-processing station.

“Thanks to the installation of the first HP MJF 3D printer, Technology Applied gets the opportunity to fulfill orders from powdered plastics using two of the most important additive methods in this area, provided by two of the most important players in the market,” adds Kozak. “Our cooperation with EOS within the SLS method dates back to 2015, i.e. the very beginnings of the company. Now we are starting a long-term cooperation with HP, believing that it will be equally fruitful.”

The delivery and installation of the HP Jet Fusion 3D 5210 is the responsibility of the Wroclaw distributor – Integart. The machine is to be delivered to Technology Applied in the current quarter of this year, and its commercial launch and implementation of 3D prints for customers should be possible in the second quarter of the year.

Technology Applied was founded in 2015 in Białystok, Poland, by Kozak, who previously co-founded Rapid Crafting in 2012-2014. At work, the company uses SLS systems from the German company EOS and industrial SLA 3D printers from the Italian DWS Systems. It also has DyeMansion machines for automated post-processing and its own paint shop for ready 3D prints. The whole thing is connected by the 3YOURMIND production management and automatic valuation system.

At the beginning of the year, Technology Applied received ISO 9001 certification for its quality management system. The certificate was issued by the prestigious certification body – TÜV NORD and confirms the application of the highest standards in quality management and all processes in the company.

The company is also a partner of the Centrum Druku 3D portal, offering the possibility of ordering 3D prints from its level:
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