ProJet MJP 3600 Series


High Performance

The ProJet® MJP 3600 Series is a MultiJet Printing (MJP) plastic 3D printer series designed to create high fidelity and high-performance parts with:

  • An affordable price
  • An office-friendly footprint
  • Easy part processing

High quality parts

Get fine details and smooth finishes like no other 3D printer with the ProJet MJP 3600 series:

  • True-to-CAD quality and accuracy
  • Superior edge fidelity and surface finish
  • Tested performance reliability and quality

Easy part processing

Produce more parts quickly with print speeds up to 2x faster than similar class printers. And with high capacity build volume and automated batch processing, you can increase flexibility and accelerate design repetition and validation for better product quality.


Choose from a variety of available VisiJet® MultiJet 3D printing materials to create high-performance plastic designs that are durable, watertight, heat resistant, bio-compatible, and much more.


Office compatible and easy to use, the ProJet MJP 3600 Series offers a mostly hands-off unattended process from file upload to finished part. With a streamlined and safe batch post-processing unlike other competing 3D MultiJet printers, you can create intricate finished parts up to 4x faster.

Built for Ease

Get up to 2x faster print speeds than competing plastic 3D printers, and up to 4x faster batch processing for streamlined production to achieve functional designs with high resolution. Built for ease, this office-ready series of ProJet® MJP printers stands out among the rest.

About this printer

Tech Specs

  • Validation Prototyping
    • Design verification and testing
    • Assemblies, including snap-fit
    • Water-tightness applications, fluid flow visualization
    • Functional high-temperature testing and use of plastic
    • USP Class-VI compatible medical applications
  • Rapid Tooling
    • Injection molding tool production for short runs
    • Jigs and fixtures
    • Master patterns for RTVmolding
    • Dies for forming applications
  • Extremely fine-detailed casting patterns