XJet, a leading innovator in additive manufacturing, and a regular presence at Formnext, said the company will not be able to participate as an exhibitor this year. In a statement, XJet said it “deeply regrets to announce the last-minute cancellation of its participation at the upcoming Formnext Exhibition scheduled for November 7th in Frankfurt.”
This decision has been made as a consequence of the ongoing war situation in Israel, which is significantly impacting the safety and well-being of the Israeli company’s employees and their families. XJet has always had an important presence at Formnext and despite its absence this year as an exhibitor, the company’s Europe Business VP, Andy Middleton will be present and available to engage with attendees and address any inquiries or opportunities.
XJet also said it “continues to prioritize its commitment to our valued customers and partners, and ensures that our business operations will continue without interruption.
“We extend our sincere gratitude for the understanding and support of our partners, customers, and the entire additive manufacturing community during this difficult time. Together, we will overcome these challenges and continue to innovate and advance the AM industry. We look forward to resuming our active participation in industry events once conditions improve.”
XJet makes metal and technical ceramic 3D printers based on proprietary nanoparticle jetting technology. Recently the company announced that Swiss ceramics giant Ceramaret purchased one of its Carmel systems.