The company’s previous offerings, Carmel AM 1400 and the smaller Carmel AM 700 3D printers, offered both metal and ceramics material printing on the same platform. But XJet is now looking to bring better clarity for users by offering two systems – Carmel 1400C for ceramics and Carmel 1400M for metals.
While both systems adopt the same NanoParticle technology, they are not the same essentially because of the different material characteristics, and the systems have been optimized to handle them accordingly. The updated systems are also able to handle parts that were not possible to print previously with the earlier systems.
The announcement comes days after it was reported by Reuters that Chinese electrical equipment and mobile game developer, Shenzhen Hifuture Information Technology Co. Ltd., had invested $25 million in the Series D financing round release of the company and a further $20 million to meet its growing demand in China.
Besides debuting their new rebranded systems at their largest stand (hall 12.1 stand C01) to date at formnext from 19 – 22 November in Frankfurt, Germany, XJet will also display new samples parts based on newly developed materials including alumina and soluble support material, and real-world use cases.
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