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Chris Noble to present at InPrint

Chris Noble, the pioneering giant from Xaar, will present blending of Inkjet and Xaar technologies in the realm of 3D printing at the InPrint exhibition, Germany, November 14 to 16, 2017. The endeavor is to transform 3D printing from a prototype industry to volume production. Inkjet technology is ideally placed to deliver 3D printing’s transformation to volume manufacturing.

Digital inkjet, and specifically Xaar’s TF Technology and High Laydown Technology, is at the heart of the solution, delivering both a fast and a scalable 3D manufacturing process which is robust as well as economical.

3D printing as a manufacturing methodology encompasses a range of processes and applications. It is a highly attractive methodology, not just because it eliminates the need for tooling, but also because it provides superior geometric freedom, giving product designers much more capability, while substantially reducing product design and production lead time.

In addition, 3D printing enables customisation of products to individual consumers, decentralisation of manufacturing and reduction of storage space required for spare parts – not to mention the time, environmental and cost benefits delivered with these.

To date, 3D printing technologies have often been used to produce prototypes and one-offs. While for many businesses there is a definite value to be had in this, the opportunities with inkjet technology are now creating even greater excitement and buzz around 3D printing and its potential to deliver reliable, repeatable systems for high volume manufacturing.