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Inkbit ships first Vista AM system to Saint Gobain

Leveraging high speed VCJ technology to take inkjet 3D printing from the prototype shop to the factory floor

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The first of its kind Vista production additive manufacturing system from Medford-based Inkbit is now operational at the Saint-Gobain Research Cross-Business R&D Center. The multidisciplinary research site is currently developing processes and products for global businesses across numerous industries. Powered by Inkbit’s proprietary VCJ (Vision Controlled Jetting) technology, the Vista system enables volume production of end-use polymer parts, with a combination of high throughput, low labor post-processing, and production-grade materials.

Inkbit ships first Vista AM system to Saint Gobain leveraging high speed VCJ technology to take inkjet 3D printing to the factory floor
Inkbit SVP-Commerical Eric Bert reviewing the Saint-Gobain installation.

“We are pleased to announce that our first Vista platform system is operational at Saint-Gobain’s Research Center in Northborough, MA. This is an important milestone for Inkbit: an idea conceived in an academic laboratory at MIT is now a commercial manufacturing system operating outside our building. We are thrilled to be working with Saint-Gobain at exploring novel applications of our technology,” said Davide Marini, Inkbit Co-founder and CEO”.

The Inkbit Vista system is available now. Further information, including full system specifications and the material data sheet, is available on the Inkbit website.

Inkbit’s Vista system is designed to mass-produce end-use polymer 3D printed parts. Incorporating a novel technology called Vision-Controlled Jetting (VCJ), Inkbit delivers high-resolution print enabling users to produce parts with dimensional accuracy and precision at high volume. Using high-speed scanning, the company is able to deliver a material jetting platform with the speed, precision, and materials required by the most demanding industrial applications.

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