ORLANDO, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--3D MakerJet Inc. (OTC: MRJT), partnered with award-winning Chinese developer ZBOT/Guangzhou DNSPOWER Design Co., is forging the way for an industry first—powderless wire-feed additive manufacturing.
After a year and a half in research and development, functioning prototypes using metal alloy filaments, including copper, have been reviewed and have successfully met industry standards. Concentrating on both laser and extruder 3D printers, 3D MakerJet is committed to metal development.
According to Research and Markets, the market size of metal 3D printing is expected to grow to $2.24 billion by the year 2020 at double digit CAGR.
3D MakerJet realizes the benefits advances in metal 3D technology could have at an industrial level, including those of mobile mounted printers.
“On site, on the job, these printers have the potential to eliminate the high prices and long lead times of back-ordered, hard-to-source and even obsolete parts. The market for metal printing is continuing to grow and 3D MakerJet is poised to introduce a true breakthrough,” said John Crippen, 3D MakerJet President.
The Company intends to file a patent in the U.S.
Simultaneously, 3D MakerJet is also working on a line of medical grade bioprinters, as well their continued dedication to perfect industrial materials including polypropylene, resins and waxes.
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About 3D MakerJet
3D MakerJet, Inc. is committed to the development, production and sales of plastic, medical, culinary and powderless metal 3D printers for the consumer, professional and small business markets. 3D MakerJet is supplied by one of the largest 3D printing Research, Development and Manufacturing entities in the world, ZBOT/Guangzhou DNSPOWER Design Co. LTD. A cutting-edge developer, ZBOT was awarded the CDA National Design Award for its ZBOT 3D Printer, the platform of the 3D MakerJet line and the only CDA winner at the Civilian level, reﬂecting the product’s superior quality, as well as the manufacturer's comprehensive strength, commitment and capabilities.
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