JABIL flexes 3D printing for manufacturing with HP’s Multi Jet Fusion

New changes to 3D printing technology are increasingly opening up the opportunity for making production parts, beyond prototypes.  HP’s new Multi Jet Fusion is one such new product now available.

John Dulchinos (left), VP, Global Automation and 3D Printing, and Bill Muir, COO, at Jabil’s San Jose additive manufacturing lab, next to one of the first production units in North America of HP’s Jet Fusion 3D Printer. (Image courtesy of HP.)From Engineering.com:

Last year, HP finally introduced its Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) 3D printing technology to the market. With it, HP promised the ability to produce end parts with quality and efficiency unmatched by other additive manufacturing (AM) processes on the market.

If there’s one company that would be able to vouch for these claims, it’s Jabil Circuit, a massive contract manufacturer with 90 facilities across 23 countries and, also, HP’s foundational partner for MJF.

ENGINEERING.com spoke with John Dulchinos, VP of Global Automation and 3D Printing at Jabil, about how a large manufacturing services company like Jabil uses AM in house and MJF as a technology for end part production.

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