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Additive Manufacturing provides cost effective prototyping as well as manufacturing on demand for a wide range of applications and industries.

Gonzalez has developed an array of services to support your specific needs. The true value of Additive Manufacturing is unlocked by design flexibility. Gonzalez has a multitude of modeling software, analysis, and CAD packages.

Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) is a powder-bed 3D printing technology that was developed by HP in 2016. HP Multi Jet Fusion creates 3D printed parts using powdered nylon, polypropylene, or TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane) as the raw material. Infrared heat lamps acting with fusing and detailing agents densify the powder into a final part.

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is an additive manufacturing technology widely known for its speed, accuracy, and competitive cost. FDM machines precisely extrude melted material to create a part. FDM parts can be made in as fast as one day. 3D printing with FDM technology is clean, simple to use, and office friendly. 




HP Multi Jet Fusion 5210

Industry-leading combination of cost and performance paired with high design and shape flexibility. The MJF process yields parts with nearly isotropic material properties that simplify design requirements and minimize the tradeoff between print orientation and performance.

Markforged Mark Two

Combines our unique continuous carbon fiber reinforcement with workhorse reliability for versatile parts with 26x the strength of ABS. FDM is primarily a rapid prototyping technique that enables the quick, clean and cost efficient development of prototypes and small functional components. 

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HP Multi Jet Fusion

Markforged Mark Two