RAPID+TCT 2023: Inkbit Displays Vision Controlled Jetting Technology

Inkbit applications engineer Lukas DeSimone on a very different additive methodology.

Inkjet technology has its roots in the computer printer industry, but reimagined as an additive manufacturing technology offers a unique way to make resin parts. Applications engineer Lukas DeSimone tells Jim Anderton about a fast and precise way to build parts called VCJ, or Vision Controlled Jetting.

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James Anderton

Jim Anderton is the Director of Content for ENGINEERING.com. Mr. Anderton was formerly editor of Canadian Metalworking Magazine and has contributed to a wide range of print and on-line publications, including Design Engineering, Canadian Plastics, Service Station and Garage Management, Autovision, and the National Post. He also brings prior industry experience in quality and part design for a Tier One automotive supplier.