Straumann Group, a leading dentistry group in Switzerland, has announced that it will be using XJet‘s NanoParticle Jetting technology to produce ceramic end-use parts such as dental implants.
If it wasn’t clear last year, it was definitely the case for formnext 2019 as it firmly established itself as the go-to-show for all things additive manufacturing. With over 800
Ahead of the upcoming Formnext 2019 exhibition, XJet has announced the rebranding of its Carmel AM Systems to better differentiate their metal and ceramic platforms.
The company’s previous offerings, Carmel
XJet has announced that North American startup, Marvel Medtech, has acquired an XJET Carmel 1400 3D system from them in their mission to better breast cancer prevention.
XJET recently announced an installation of their Carmel 1400 additive manufacturing system at the University of Delaware (UDEL), where it will be used to 3D print ceramic antenna technology
XJet has been demonstrating their expertise in ground-breaking metal and ceramic additive manufacturing technologies and solutions. Founded in 2005, XJet has developed and introduced the revolutionary NanoParticle Jetting™ technology.
Even though the implementation of 3D printing technology in Vietnam is still in its infancy, greater investment and subsequent implementation of it will undoubtedly speed up design innovations and popularize
Formnext 2018 demonstrated its leading and influential stature as the definitive additive manufacturing show this year, with a capacity 550 exhibitors showcasing state-of-the-art printers, groundbreaking new technology, and insights.
Creatz3D recently organized two back-to-back seminars on January 29th and 30th at National Technological University (NTU) and Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) respectively to introduce the new revolutionary 3D printing brand in