Xennia launches inkjet for printed electronics
Xennia Technology has launched the latest version of its precision inkjet development dispenser, the XenJet 4000.
The XenJet 4000 is already used as a development tool by companies in printed electronics, biomedical/pharmaceutical and other applications. The software incorporated in the printer is designed to suit a range of functional and nanomaterial applications.
Benefits of the new software include an increased degree of control of drop volume for layer/film thickness optimisation, full control of image processing parameters for multi-layering applications and a fully integrated intuitive user interface allowing simple operation, or detailed access to print parameters, as required. The software supports all major industrial piezo printheads and has the ability to process DXF and Gerber format files, ideal for printed electronics applications.
“Our customers have been using the XenJet 4000 successfully for several years now, including on a number of printed electronic applications and the feedback from these users has been incorporated into the latest version of this versatile printer,” said Xennia sales-and-marketing director Hannah O’Brien.