XJet to showcase its NanoParticle Jetting technology at AMUG and Rapid + TCT

March 14, 2018

March 14, 2018

XJet to showcase Carmel line of 3D printing systems at formnext 2017

The XJet Carmel 1400 features a 1,400 cm2 build tray and can manufacture both ceramic and metal parts (Courtesy XJet)


XJet Ltd., Rehovot, Israel, will showcase its new Additive Manufacturing technology at both the AMUG Conference (April 8-12, 2018, St. Louis, Missouri, USA) and Rapid + TCT (April 24-26, 2018, Fort Worth, Texas, USA). Dror Danai, XJet’s CEO, stated, “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.”

Danai will present at this year’s AMUG Conference on XJet’s momentum in the market and the ways in which the company believes its NanoParticle Jetting™ (NPJ) technology has the potential to transform the metal and ceramic Additive Manufacturing industries. The presentation, titled ‘Powder free ceramic & metal AM’, will take place on Monday, April 9.

Delegates attending AMUG will also have the opportunity to network with members of XJet’s management team during the conference, including Founder and CEO Hanan Gothait.

At Rapid + TCT, XJet will showcase its Carmel 1400 production system, launched at formnext in November 2017. As well as viewing additively manufactured parts from a range of materials, applications and industries, visitors to XJet’s stand will, states the company, have the opportunity to experience the technology in a new, as-yet-unseen format.

“It’s an exciting time,” stated Danai. “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.”


March 14, 2018

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