Israeli manufacturer XJet is dedicated to developing industrial additive manufacturing solutions. In particular, its 3D printers are based on its patented NanoParticle Jetting™ (NPJ) technology, which involves injecting material into inks rather than powders. This advanced manufacturing system enables parts to be produced with high levels of detail, finish and precision. The company has two Carmel 1400 solutions, one for ceramic parts and the other for metal parts.

Although a member of the material-jet family of technologies, XJet’s NPJ 3D printing relies on inks containing dispersed solid nanoparticles of metal or ceramic, which are deposited on the print platen to produce the part. You’ll find a detailed description of the XJet machines in this comparator, and discover the features of each of them.