XJet, an Israeli 3D printer and supplies producer, will showcase up to date ceramic and metallic additive manufacturing techniques, the Carmel 1400M and Carmel 1400C, at Formnext subsequent month.
The corporate has modified the branding of its unique Carmel 1400 system to differentiate which platforms can course of ceramic (C) or metals (M). Dror Danai, CBO at XJET, said, “Formnext is at all times a highpoint on XJet’s calendar. Annually we hit new milestones, and that is significantly evident at Formnext.”
“From Formnext, XJet will provide two techniques, the Carmel 1400C dedicated to ceramics and the Carmel 1400M devoted to metals. Whereas each techniques use the identical NanoParticle Jetting know-how, they’re totally different and have been optimized to deal with the totally different supplies. Each will probably be demonstrated on our sales space all through the present.”
The Carmel 1400M. Photograph through XJet.
Increasing NanoParticle Jetting know-how
XJet’s additive manufacturing techniques function on its trademark NanoParticle Jetting (NPJ) know-how. This allows the manufacture of complicated metallic and ceramic elements utilizing its distinctive liquid dispersion methodology. The up to date Carmel 1400M and Carmel 1400C techniques are in a position to produce elements beforehand not attainable utilizing NPJ.
The techniques are additionally in a position to optimize XJet’s newer supplies, together with alumina, a conductive ceramic materials, and soluble assist materials. The corporate can even show new pattern elements based mostly on such supplies.
Upon becoming a member of the 2019 Additive Manufacturing Customers Group (AMUG) Convention in Chicago earlier this yr, XJet executed it’s first U.S. demonstration of NPJ know-how with the unique Carmel 1400.
Alumina, XJet’s newest ceramic launch. Picture through XJet.
Formnext and XJet
Additionally at Formnext, which takes place in Frankfurt, Germany, from the 19-22nd of November, XJet will showcase a few of its newest purposes. This contains its collaboration with Marvel Medtech, a Wisconsin-based medical gadget producer specializing in most cancers remedy.
Marvel Medtech is using the Carmel 1400 to 3D print a ceramic cryotherapy probe for its interactive MRI system – the Solada. The probe will assist destroy tumorous breast most cancers cells. Furthermore, a novel, 3D printed 5G antenna will probably be introduced from researchers of the College of Delaware (UDEL), who additionally used the Carmel 1400.
XJet can have its largest stand so far at Formnext 2019. Guests can discover the corporate in corridor 12.1 stand C01.
XJET metallic additive manufacturing. Photograph by Michael Petch.
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Featured picture reveals the Carmel 1400M. Photograph through XJet.
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