An automotive company has used XJET’s NPJ technology to produce a high performance engine piston made entirely from ceramic material.
XJET announced a surprise change at the top, along with a change in strategy.
This week’s question relates to the ability of 3D printing to combine various types of materials.
This week’s question focuses on the expiration of Stratasys-owned PolyJet patents.
I spoke with XJET’s Dror Danai to find out why XJET technology has an advantage over other ceramic 3D printing options.
Another week and more news on a dedicated cleaning station. But why so many announcements?
The Ceramics Expo returned for 2021, and we were on-site in Cleveland for a look at 3D printing at the in-person event.
XJET announced “SMART”, an intelligent post-processing workstation.
The dental industry is a major user of ceramic 3D printing, and a new global partnership is set to see applications move from concept through to production.
XJET has found their way into a very interesting and profitable application niche for their powerful ceramic 3D printing technology.
When Xjet first developed their nanoparticle jetting (NPJ) process, they didn’t realize it would split into two different styles. We found out why.
How do engineers and designers know about new developments in 3D printing that could potentially revolutionize products in industry?
XJet is focusing strongly on ceramic 3D printing applications, something they may not have initially planned.
XJet’s CEO shares a look into operations and applications in metal and ceramic 3D printing.
XJet has accomplished something we’ve never seen before: a combination metal and ceramic 3D print.
The morning after XJet’s grand opening for the new Additive Manufacturing Center in Rehovot, Israel, I sat down with CBO Dror Danai to discuss the significance of the move.
Israel-based XJet has opened a $10 million Additive Manufacturing Center, billed as the world’s largest for 3D printing of metals and ceramics.
There is another level of 3D printing that no one has yet attained.
We sat down with XJET’s CEO to find out where the new company is positioned today.
XJET has shipped their first 3D printing system, and it won’t be the last.
XJET announced the release of a new line of 3D printers, the Carmel series, which apparently can 3D print in metal OR ceramics.
Xjet is a very interesting Israeli company developing a truly unique 3D printing process that differs from any other.
Israel-based XJet Ltd. announced they’ve been able to successfully 3D print ceramics using their proprietary NanoParticle Jetting process.
Israel-based XJET announced a huge USD$25M investment to bolster their progress in developing an incredibly innovative metal 3D printer.