Category Archives: XJET

AMUG 2018 3D Printing Industry preview

Next week 3D Printing Industry will join the leaders, and most importantly the end users, of companies building and applying additive manufacturing technology. The location for the 2018 Additive Manufacturing User Group (AMUG) event is St. Louis, Missouri. Appropriately enough the local airport code is STL. From April 8th to 12th an anticipated 2000 ‘conference’ […]

The best 3D printing startups of 2018

3D printing startup of the year is proving to be a popular category in our 2018 3D Printing Industry Awards. In addition to the 10 3D printing startups shortlisted during the nomination process, our readers have used the wildcard option to vote for more than 70 additional enterprises. We’ve included the wildcard option to ensure […]

Trends in Additive Manufacturing for end-use production with Autodesk

3D Printing Industry is taking an in depth look at how additive manufacturing is moving to production. Over the coming weeks the results of interviews with industry leading practitioners will be published. This article is part of a series examining Trends in Additive Manufacturing for End-Use Production. Duann Scott, additive manufacturing strategist at Autodesk, is […]

XJet intensiviert Kommerzialisierungsprozess mit Launch des additiven Fertigungssystems Carmel, ersten Kundenstandorten und Wachstum des gesamten Geschäfts

XJet Ltd., der Spezialist für additive Fertigung, intensiviert zurzeit seine Vorbereitungen für die Kommerzialisierung seiner Produktlinie Carmel für die additive Fertigung im Jahr 2018 und macht hierzu eine Reihe von Ankündigungen auf der formnext in Frankfurt. Das Unternehmen hat den Launch der Carmel-Serie additiver Fertigungssysteme angekündigt und demonstriert damit die Verlagerung des Unternehmens von der […]

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What to expect at formnext 2017 from event VP Sascha Wenzler

Since its launch in 2015, formnext has grown into a pivotal part of the 3D printing industry trade show calendar. As the largest dedicated 3D printing event in the world to date, the Frankfurt event is the perfect opportunity for additive manufacturing enterprises and related partners to showcase their latest products and make announcements. For […]

XJet stellt Carmel 3D-Drucker-Reihe für Metall und Keramik vor

Das israelische Unternehmen XJet wird auf der Formnext 2017 Messe in Frankfurt erstmals seine Carmel 3D-Drucker-Reihe für Metall und Keramikmaterialien präsentieren. Sowohl der Carmel 1400 als auch der Carmel 700 arbeiten mit der NanoParticle Jetting Technologie des Herstellers. Bei der NanoParticle Jetting Technologie werden feste Nanoteilchen in eine flüssigen Suspension gedruckt, um so ein Objekt Schicht […]

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XJet officially launches NanoParticle Jetting additive manufacturing systems

XJet, a provider of ceramic and metal 3D printing solutions based in Rehovot, Israel, has officially launched its “breakthrough” Carmel 1400 and the Carmel 700 Additive Manufacturing (AM) systems. Both systems are powered by XJet’s trademark NanoParticle Jetting (NPJ) technology, and coincide with the delivery of the firm’s first ever machine to an off-site customer. Hanan […]

Digital Metal and the Desktop Metal Effect – a boost to metal 3D printing

This year several new entrants to the metal 3D printing sector have appeared. While the precise approach of each varies, a common theme is inkjet based printing technology and a secondary sintering process in a separate furnace. In the plastics 3D printing market, inkjet is at the core of HP’s MultiJet Fusion and also the […]