We Print High Precise 3D Parts with Inkjet
High precision multi material jetting opens up new opportunities for 3D printing in various industries. Mixing materials voxel by voxel for advanced optics, 3D electronics or microsystems technology. The n.jet 3D is an open platform for 3D printing gives you full control of your 3D printing process.
Select one or more materials from our material partners or use your own material. We’ll help you select the right printhead and post processing and provide you with an integrated, industrial solution for production of 3D parts.
- Multi material jetting
- High viscosity jetting
- Supports all major printheads
- Dropwatch & drop formation analysis
- Full access to all jetting parameters
- Open slicer interface
- Optional inert atmosphere
- Customized process for outstanding 3D printed parts
- Custom selection and number of printheads
- UV-pinning and curing lamps that best match material
- Supports Xaar, Konica-Minolta, FujiFilm and Ricoh print heads
- Process scale-up support from experienced Notion process engineers
Example optical lenses
The production of optical lenses with an n.jet 3D system is much more cost-effective than the production of lenses in conventional manufacturing processes. The additive manufacturing process saves more than 30 production steps and reduces scrap by up to 90%.
Our collaboration with leading printhead manufacturers and material providers continuously extends the process range of inkjet in 3D printing. Jetting materials that never have been jetted before are used to print parts with final part properties that set new standards in material jetting. Become a part of our open network to realize your 3D printing application.
Xaar‘s high laydown jetting allows to print materials at viscosities 5 times higher than the formerly generally accepted limit for inkjet printing. BASF uses this extended process window to develop new jetting materials that improve final part properties. Both partners are stretching the limits of 3D inkjet printing of precision parts on Notion‘s n.jet 3D system.