XJet Ltd. invites visitors to stand 2-209 at Rapid.Tech + FabCon 3.D, 25 – 27 June in Erfurt, Germany, to witness the impressive and unique applications made possible by its NanoParticle Jetting™ (NPJ) technology in metal and ceramic AM. Applications being highlighted include a 5G antenna application and a medical device aimed at treating breast cancer. XJet will showcase what this unparalleled technology brings to the additive manufacturing industry while also demonstrating its unique soluble support material removal live.

“Visitors are invited onto the XJet stand to experience removing XJet’s soluble support material with their own hands – to truly witness the ease of this process,” comments XJet CEO Dror Danai. “Rapid.Tech provides us with the platform for Europeans to get ‘hands-on’ with the process and hear how NPJ enables applications that were simply not possible previously. XJet is removing the barriers previously associated with ceramic and metal AM, giving designers a new realm of freedom.”

XJet is making new applications possible thanks to the technology’s ability to accurately create ultra-fine features, smooth surfaces and complex geometries. North American start-up, Marvel Medtech, is one company planning to capitalize on those benefits. Medtech will install an XJet Carmel 1400 AM System later this summer to produce a ceramic cryotherapy probe – a key component within a new robotic intervention guidance system for MRIs, designed to freeze and destroy the most dangerous tiny breast cancer tumors and prevent them from growing.

University of Delaware (UDEL) has installed an XJet AM System for a very different application; to develop cutting-edge antenna technology called ‘Passive Beam Steering’ for, amongst other applications, the 5G network. Like Medtech, UDEL’s application needs to be produced in ceramic, however traditional ceramic manufacturing methods could not produce the small internal channels and complex geometry without damaging the part. Using nano particles and soluble support material, XJet provides the only ceramic AM technology capable of delivering the fine details and smooth surfaces required.
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