Our Customers Are Changing the World
Featured Case Study: ACTEGA
In 2015, ACTEGA Terra GmbH transitioned from analog to digital printing to capitalize on an opportunity in the packaging market. Learn why they made the move, how adopting inkjet technology has been going, and why they chose ImageXpert to partner with them along the way.Read More
Featured Case Study: Evonik Industries
Evonik offers a wide portfolio of raw materials such as dispersants, surfactants, binders, and more to analog and digital printers alike. In order to better serve their customers, they partnered with ImageXpert to build a one-of-a-kind printing system, giving them the tools they need to gain inkjet formulation expertise.Read More
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Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are using their JetXpert to explore inkjet printing for wearable electronics as a means of increasing its’ strength, robustness, and flexibility.
Researchers at Midatech Pharma are using JetXpert to develop bioresorbable polymer microparticles that can be used to treat chronic diseases.
Researchers at the University of Nottingham and Océ / Canon are using JetXpert to explore drop-on-demand jetting of metals, a new technique for metal additive manufacturing.
Researchers at North Minzu University are using JetXpert to develop optimized waveforms for use in 3D printing for sand casting and molds.
Researchers at the University of Florida and RPI are using JetXpert to test and optimize different 3D printing techniques for soft structures, as in bioprinting.
Researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences are using JetXpert to help develop graphene inks for printed electronics
Researchers at the University of Nottingham are using JetXpert to develop a process for printing molten metal at over 1000 degrees C to enable direct digital additive fabrication of metal objects.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon and Pitt are using JetXpert to monitor the delivery of neuropeptides administered via inkjet-based biopatterning in mice.
Researchers at the University of Grenoble and Markem-Imaje are using JetXpert to develop a model that predicts jetting behavior based on nozzle shape in continuous inkjet (CIJ) printing.
Researchers at the University of Florida and Tulane University are using JetXpert to investigate gelatin as an energy absorbing layer for laser bioprinting.
Researchers at Midatech Pharma are using JetXpert to design an apparatus for bioprinting solid polymeric microparticles, which can encapsulate and deliver medicines.
Researchers at MIT are using JetXpert to 3D print autonomous sensory composites which can transduce electrical signals in response to mechanical stimuli.
Researchers at the University of Florida, Texas Tech University, and Tulane University are using JetXpert to investigate how living cells affect printing behavior in laser bioprinting.
“This new instrument boosts our ability to support customer technical needs and to bring innovative additives to the market faster. With literally 24/7 support, the ImageXpert team was always there to get us going when we would hit a wall! Investing in the drop watcher and the print station from ImageXpert we didn’t only get an instrument vital to our day-to-day work, we also gained a collaboration partner that belongs to the community of companies and individuals playing a major role in the inkjet space.”
“From whiteboard concept to production execution, ImageXpert engineers designed, developed, and deployed an advanced technology solution for a critical Covid-19 inspection system. In a very challenging time the ImageXpert team went above and beyond to meet an extremely aggressive timeline. It was a seamless team effort between supplier and customer, to the point it eliminated any barriers.”
“Just in terms of what their software can handle, what their hardware capabilities are, it’s night and day difference or light years ahead of the competitors in terms of range of products and capabilities.”
“ImageXpert’s technology is the global standard for visualizing inkjet droplet formation. At Inkbit, we use ImageXpert’s JetXpert system for the development of state-of-the-art 3D printing materials. The technology has proven to be an invaluable tool – it is used almost daily. The data we capture from our JetXpert system has enabled us to significantly improve the performance, reliability and yield of our inkjet 3D printing system.”
“ImageXpert and AGFA already go back a long way, as we bought our first JetXpert system in 2013. One of the key things about this ongoing partnership is that at ImageXpert you buy a solution, an integrated package of knowledge, equipment and service that does what you intended it to do and on which you can rely. Key advantages for Agfa are the flexibility of the systems, high quality and accuracy and the excellent service of the ImageXpert team.”
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