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Monotech Systems to represent XJet Additive Manufacturing Solutions in India

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Above: XJet and Monotech shake hands on the agreement at Formnext, from left: Dror Danai, XJet CBO, TP Jain, Monotech MD, Rajesh Mrithyunjayan, Monotech VP 3D Products & Solutions and Lior Meron, XJet Regional APJ Head/Image Source: XJet

XJet Ltd., has announced today that a deal was signed at Formnext with Monotech to represent XJet in India. With a wealth of experience selling diverse 3D printing technologies, Monotech will support XJet in its continued drive to grow in sectors from automotive to healthcare, and manufacturing to energy.

NanoParticle Jetting™ Technology

NanoParticle Jetting is a unique technology which manufactures parts by jetting thousands of droplets of metal (or ceramic) nanoparticles from inkjet nozzles in super-thin layers almost as fine as 10 μm. These nanoparticles vary in size and shape and are randomly distributed on the build platform. Along with the material, a second soluble support material is also jetted in the same way.

“We are looking forward to bringing the capabilities of XJet to the Indian market. Technical ceramics show huge potential in the region, and alumina and zirconia are particularly useful materials. XJet’s NanoParticle Jetting™ technology takes additive manufacturing and especially ceramic manufacturing to another level, delivering density that matches non-AM materials, superfine details, smooth surface, accuracies like never before and geometric freedom.”

– TP Jain, Managing Director at Monotech Systems Ltd.

With a large team of 450 and 15 offices across India, Monotech will support XJet in India with sales of AM systems and materials, installation, training, and after-sales service. The company will also install a Carmel 1400 in India in the first half of 2022.

“Monotech has successfully sold a lot of AM systems in the region and they understand our ethos that it’s all about the details. We’re delighted to welcome them to the XJet family, and we’re keen to see all the applications the market will be producing with our technology.”

– XJet CBO, Dror Danai

This latest addition to the XJet distribution network follows several similar announcements on new distribution channels for XJet and illustrates the company’s rapid expansion. “It is delightful to have the vote of confidence from well-established and very experienced distributors worldwide, like Monotech. It is an important indication as to the level of performance of our technology, systems, and the high-definition parts they can manufacture. We’re pleased to be getting the infrastructure in place to support our global growth, and make this unique material jetting technology available worldwide,” confirms Danai.


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