XJet Part Holds Promise for Future Electronics Applications

April 3, 2019

XJet Chief Business Officer Dror Danai teased the future of the company's Nanoparticle Jetting technology at an AMUG 2019 conference session in Chicago, revealing that an XJet machine had printed a ceramic-metal part, specifically, a zirconium-stainless 316L test disc. Electronic applications abound, but are years away, as R&D must jump numerous hurdles. A big one: differing shrinkage percentages across materials when sintered.

 

See also: XJet Ltd.

Technologies: Applications, Metal Powders, Other

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