NanoParticle Jetting is an additive technology developed by XJet. It’s a type of inkjeting where nanoparticles of irregularly shaped (stochastic) metal in a liquid suspension are desposited onto a build surface. In the XJet systems, thousands of nozzles jet millions of ultrafine drops of these liquid suspensions of both the build and the support material.
The drops create an ultrathin layer, enabling this technology to deliver superfine details, smooth surfaces, and high accuracy. Manufacturers can create finished parts of almost any geometry, including those with tiny holes, thin walls, challenging arches and sharp edges.
Support materials are removed easily without harming the part, greatly reducing the need for time consuming and delicate post processing.
These materials are safe to use because the liquid suspensions are delivered in sealed cartridges.