Amidst many other technologies being presented at AMUG, along with presentations, workshops, competitions, and networking opportunities, attendance was high at the presentation for XJet’s new technology regarding their NanoParticle Jetting metal 3D printing process. Offering liquid metal droplets as the material instead of powder, a 2D, scaleable ink-jetting process is responsible for printing. The technology will be officially unveiled at RAPID 2016 in Orlando, where will be on the scene. Read more at