Xennia Technology Ltd., United Kingdom, has launched its latest-generation XenJet™ 4000 inkjet
development dispenser, suitable for printed electronics, biomedical and pharmaceutical, and other
applications. The dispenser features proprietary software specifically designed for printed
electronics and other functional material applications including nanomaterial applications.
Xennia reports the new software offers an increased drop volume control to optimize layer and
film thickness; full control of image processing parameters for multilayering applications; and an
easy-to-use, fully-integrated user interface. It is compatible with most piezo printheads, and can
process DXF and Gerber file formats.
“Our customers have been using XenJet 4000 successfully for several years now, including on a
number of printed electronics applications, and the feedback from these users has been incorporated
into the latest version of this versatile printer,” said Hannah O’Brien, sales and marketing
director. “The new software, along with Xennia’s recognized ability to develop new fluids in
collaboration with customers, makes Xennia the ideal partner for companies interested in developing
new applications and processes.”