The XJet Carmel 1400 additive manufacturing (AM) system features a 1,400cm2 (217in2) build tray, enabling simultaneous production of multiple parts. Suitable for many AM applications, the system can be configured for metal or ceramic parts.
XJet’s NanoParticle Jetting (NPJ) inkjet technology can produce metal and ceramic AM parts with high levels of detail, finish, and accuracy – without compromising throughput or build time.
SLM Solutions, Identify3D partner on data security
Identify3D will provide data security from design to production on SLM laser melting machines. By securing all digital data in the engineering phase, the technology enables SLM Solutions to secure digital internet protocol (IP), enforce production rules, and provide traceability in the digital supply chain.
This collaboration will accelerate adoption of additive manufacturing (AM) in healthcare, aerospace, transportation, tooling, and energy.
Integrating Identify3D Enforce with SLM’s machine control software (MCS) delivers secure parts to SLM125, SLM280, SLM500, and SLM800 AM machines with control of quantities produced in a defined time period with selected parameters.
3D partnership expansion
Henkel’s Adhesive Technologies business unit will become the first global reseller of HP Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions. Both companies aim to accelerate the adoption of 3D printing in industrial manufacturing.
Henkel is already working in HP’s open materials community to develop, test, and qualify materials for HP’s powder fusion-based Multi Jet Fusion technology. The combination of materials expertise and customer reach enables Henkel to introduce HP Multi Jet Fusion technology to design and manufacturing departments and to leverage the adoption of customized 3D printing solutions in production.
In-vivo medical-grade materials
Two new medical-grade materials enable printing parts for implantation in humans – a liquid silicone rubber (LSR) and a biodegradable polycaprolactone (PCL) polyester. Both are manufactured with the highest purity and can be implanted in humans after 3D printing on the EnvisionTEC 3D-Bioplotter series printers.