HP's PA 11 (MJF 3D Printing Material)

PA 11, is a cutting-edge thermoplastic material at the forefront of additive manufacturing technology. Developed by HP, this innovative 3D printing material offers exceptional characteristics that make it a preferred choice for various applications. MJF PA 11 is renowned for its exceptional strength, durability, and high reusability, which set it apart in the world of 3D printing.

HP's PA 11 has high reusability and exceptional performance, rendering it optimal for manufacturing intricate and top-notch components. Its versatility and adaptability render it suitable for diverse industries, spanning from aerospace to automotive and consumer goods. With its distinctive attributes and precision, PA 11 empowers the fabrication of intricate and functional prototypes and end-use products. PA 11 (MJF) stays at the forefront of this thrilling technological revolution as the demand for superior, environmentally-friendly, and economically viable 3D printing materials keeps expanding.

HP-MJF-PA11 Material Printed Part



Minimum Wall Thickness: 0.5 mm

Minimum Details Size: 0.1-0.2 mm

Max Dimensions:  380x284x380 mm

Heat Resistance: 54 °C

Surface Finish: Powdered surface




  • High strength and durability
  • Excellent impact resistance
  • High reusability
  • Precision and fine detail printing
  • Versatility for various industries
  • Sustainable and cost-effective
  • Ideal for complex and functional prototypes and end-use products




  • Aerospace components (e.g., lightweight structural brackets)
  • Automotive parts (e.g., custom air intake manifolds)
  • Medical devices (e.g., patient-specific orthopedic implants)
  • Consumer goods (e.g., ergonomic and customizable smartphone cases)
  • Customized fashion and accessories (e.g., personalized jewelry)
  • Prototyping and product development (e.g., functional mechanical prototypes)
  • Engineering and industrial components (e.g., precision gears)
  • Architectural models (e.g., detailed scale models of buildings)
  • Educational models and aids (e.g., anatomical teaching models)
  • Dental products (e.g., dental crowns and bridges)