New Xerox 3D printers sport a nozzle which is almost too tiny to see with human eyes
Xerox says it has developed innovative architecture featuring tiny, stainless steel nozzles inside its new Direct to Object Inkjet Printer.
The company says this means it has created a new, label-less, on-demand method of personalising three-dimensional objects.
The nozzles are contained in print heads – about the size of a deck of cards – that accurately spray ink on objects as small as bottle caps and as large as football helmets. The printer can print on plastic, metals, ceramics and glass, eliminating the need for costly labels. [Read more…] about Xerox launches new 3D printer featuring a nozzle ‘half the width of a human hair’