“I just received the MJF caps and they look great! First time user of MJF and they are the best 3D printed parts I’ve seen to date – all your practice and hard work is catching up. Designer, Sydney, NSW.” — Mark in Sydney
“Thank you Leon, Parts arrived today. My customer was ‘wowed’ by the quality of the MJF parts. Much better than the SLS parts we've previously used. With our current supply chains being delayed this has worked well. Brisbane, QLD” — Philip (Brisbane manufacturing company)
“Hey Guys, Hope all is well! I just received the sheet metal parts and assembled them onto the prototype it belongs to and it’s perfect! Just wanted to let you know you guys did a great job! Sydney.” — Daren (design engineering company Sydney)
Projects on this page are provided “as is”. See HP’s website for terms & conditions.
Page last updated: April, 2020
The following summaries some key 3D printing initiatives currently underway in collaboration with HP, GoProto and the medical community. If you require MJF 3D printed parts from any of the following projects, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
GoProto is part of HP’s global digital manufacturing network. Providing consistent, high-end, functional and smooth finish parts.
HP developed and 3D printed test swabs with several premiere research partners for required clinical evaluation. Mass production is soon by means of their global digital manufacturing network.
Optimised for 3D printing with HP Multi Jet Fusion technology. These shields have 3D printed frames, with clear, full-face plastic shielding. Click for details.
Door handles are among the most germ-infested objects in houses, hospitals, factories, and homes. Materialise® has created a design for a hands-free 3D-printed door opener. Click for details.
Designed to help relieve ear pain for hospital staff who need to wear masks for long periods of time.
GoProto ANZ has been assisting HP in the manufacture of adjusters for nurses and doctors in the front line. Click for details
3D printed emergency respiration device to support hospitals and ICUs. A mechanical bag valve mask (BVM) that can be used for short term emergency ventilation of COVID-19 patients. 3D printing allows this health system to be made available quickly during the shortage of medical equipment.
Effective protective gear is needed for medical providers to treat the volume of expected COVID-19 patients. HP is validating several hospital-grade face masks and expects them to be available shortly.
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