According to Hascher, the printer uses multi-jet modeling (MJM) technology to create refined, thermoplastic wax patterns from electronic CAD designs.
What does MJM stand for?
MJM stands for Multi-Jet Modeling (prototyping manufacturing)
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We have 28 other meanings of MJM in our Acronym Attic
- Method: The Journal of Lonergan Studies (est. 1983)
- Mountbatten Journal of Legal Studies (UK)
- Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology
- Mezz Jelly Lindy Soul Exchange
- Manchester Jewish Museum (UK)
- Married Jewish Male
- McGill Journal of Medicine (Canada)
- Mechanical Joint Male (piping)
- Metropolitan Japanese Ministry
- Motorcyclists for Jesus Ministries
- Michigan Junior Masters Association (bowling; est. 1986)
- Monte Jade-Mid Atlantic
- Mersey Jewellers and Metal Artists Network (trade association; UK)
- Moose Jaw Multicultural Council (Canada)
- Mount Joy Mennonite Church (Mount Joy, PA)
- Mass Jewish Migration Database (Israel; University of Haifa)
- Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission
- Michael Jackson Memorial Foundation (various locations)
- Montfort Jones Memorial Hospital (Kosciusko, MS)
- Michigan Justin Morgan Horse Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
3D's equipment fabricates solid objects using input from CAD/CAM/CAE systems through the patented technologies of stereolithography for industrial applications, and multi-jet modeling for the design office.
Multijet modeling Actua 2100, based upon 3D Systems' Multi-Jet Modeling (MJM) technology, builds models in successive layers using ThermoJet.
3D Systems' prototyping systems are sold worldwide, and are based on stereolithography and multi-jet modeling technologies.
This new 3-D Production System is a next generation 3-D Printer based on 3D Systems' patented and proprietary Multi-Jet Modeling (MJM) technology.
3D Systems' prototyping systems are sold world-wide, and are based on stereolithography and multi-jet modeling technologies.
3D Systems' complete suite of customer solutions includes: -- Multi-Jet Modeling technology ("MJM"), or 3-D printing, uses hot-melt jetting technology to print three-dimensional physical parts by accumulating proprietary solid imaging materials ("SIMs") in successive layers.
Based upon 3D Systems' multi-jet modeling technology, Actua 2100 builds models in successive layers using a special thermopolymer material, called Thermojet(TM).