XJet signs UK distribution deal

XJet has signed a distribution agreement with the Carfulan Group, which specialises in selling technology solutions to UK manufacturers. The Group will set up a new brand, XJ3D, which becomes the first distributor to be appointed by XJet for its Carmel AM machines.

From left: Haim Levi, VP Manufacturing and Defense Markets at XJet with Matt Fulton, managing director at Carfulan Group.

These machines were launched at last year’s Formnext show in Germany and can jet fluids loaded with nano particles for both the build and support materials. They can print both ceramic and metal parts and produce very high quality isotropic parts.

Matt Fulton, managing director of XJ3D/ Carfulan Group, said: “The XJet Carmel AM system fills a real need with our customers, providing a revolutionary alternative for the production of metal and ceramic parts, enabling superfine details, smooth surfaces and high accuracy due to the unique printing process.”

This marks an important new phase for XJet, which has relied on direct sales up to now to high profile customers with an obvious need for these kind of printers. But the appointment of a distributor signals that XJet is now looking to ramp up sales, and needs help to find those customers. This will no doubt be followed by signing distributors in other countries.

Dror Danai, XJet’s CBO, commented: “This is an exciting development for XJet, as appointing the first distributor worldwide marks an important step in line with our business strategy for establishing a worldwide leading channel network.”




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