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XJet To Show Off Carmel NPJ 3D Printer at AMUG and Rapid in the US

XJet is participating at the AMUG Conference (8-12 April, St. Louis, Missouri) and RAPID + TCT (24-26 April, Fort Worth, Texas) show – as part of a larger US tour this Spring.

“XJet’s participation at these internationally renowned events forms an important part of our expansion plans and underpins our commitment to the North American market. It’s an exciting time. When we attended these events previously it was all about demonstrating our technology and planning for the future. Now we’ve launched the Carmel AM Production System and installed a system at Youngstown Business Incubator in collaboration with America Makes – it’s all about the possibilities XJet brings to the market now.”

XJet CBO Dror Danai.

Danai will present at this year’s AMUG Conference on XJet’s momentum in the market and how NanoParticle Jetting (NPJ) technology is set to transform the metal and ceramic AM industries. The presentation, entitled ‘Powder free ceramic & metal AM’, is set to take place on Monday, April 9th at 2pm CT. Delegates can also network with members of the XJet management team, including XJet Founder and CEO Hanan Gotheit, at the conference to learn about market opportunities, the first adopters of the Carmel production systems and what makes NPJ technology unique.

XJet Ceramic 3D Printed Part

At RAPID + TCT, the Carmel 1400 production system will make its North American debut. Alongside 3D printed parts showcasing varied materials, applications and industries, visitors can experience the technology with a new, unseen format. XJet technical experts will be on-hand throughout the show to discuss how XJet’s NanoParticle Jetting technology can solve manufacturing problems and deliver exclusive benefits unmatched by other technologies.

The Carmel AM system was launched to great industry acclaim at formnext in Europe last November. Printing ultrafine layers of NanoParticle ‘inks’ (dispersion), manufacturers are able to produce metal and ceramic parts with the ease and versatility of inkjet printing. Parts produced on the Carmel AM Production System enjoy superfine details as small as 100 microns, smooth surfaces and high accuracy. With a build tray size up to 11 x 19.7 inches and a maximum build height of 7.9 inches, the ground-breaking platform offers operational advantages as it is productive, efficient, safe and simple to use.

“XJet is absolutely committed to the continual advancement of Additive Manufacturing technologies,” adds Danai, “as such we’re proud to be participating in the prestigious events of AMUG and RAPID + TCT. Our US tour will also include an exhibition at Ceramics Expo and a visit to YBI, so if you’re nearby make sure you come and see us!”


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