Digital Development Center™

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How to Assemble 3D Printed MJF Parts with Traditional Plastic Joining Technologies

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Welding a 3D printed Multi Jet Fusion bottle results in robust parts and shorter supply chains.

Do more with additive manufacturing.

Let our team in the Digital Development Center™ help you design for additive manufacturing so that you can bring the most value to your customers. We are among the first in the world with three of HP’s most advanced MJF 3D printers. We have the bandwidth to support the demands of digital development from quick turn, prototyping, tooling, pre-production, to low-volume production.

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Take one step closer to manufacturing the future!

Create value with additive manufacturing.

Leverage our capabilities and expertise to develop high-value applications and transition to production.

Extol has a unique blend of a human-centered-design (HCD) innovation process, plastic assembly & automation expertise, and now additive manufacturing. Put together, this makes us the perfect partner to help you improve the way your plastic products are made.

We are positioned to serve world-class supply chains and progress the additive manufacturing industry by helping customers develop high-value applications as well as provide technology and automation that will empower a transition to production.


Extol has the ability to print parts in 3 different materials:

  • PA 12
  • TPU
  • PP

The Most Advanced HP 3D Printers

Extol has (3) HP Multi-Jet Fusion (MJF) 5210 3D printers. These are the most advanced and fastest 3D printers available enabling us to support all the demands of digital development.

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Get powder-based 3D printed PP parts from Extol

Get powder-based 3D printed PP parts from Extol

Powder-based 3D printed polypropylene (PP) parts are now available at Extol. The addition of PP expands Extol’s 3D printed powder-based materials, which already include PA12 and TPU.
We’ve received feedback that our powder-based 3D printed PP parts are performing with the toughness, ductility, and chemical resistance that customers expect from molded PP.

3D-printed TPU comes to Extol

3D-printed TPU comes to Extol

Extol now has the capability of 3D printing components out of TPU material using HP’s Multi Jet Fusion process. The ability to print strong, homogeneous structures in TPU is a game-changer over other printing technologies. Extol’s Digital Development Center now can print parts out of both PA12 and TPU.

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Take one step closer to manufacturing the future!