Xaar is a world leader in the development of digital inkjet technology
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Xaar is a world leader in the development of digital inkjet technology. Our technology drives the conversion of analogue printing and manufacturing methods to digital inkjet which is more efficient, more economical and more productive than the traditional methods which have been in use for years. We design and manufacture printheads as well as systems for product decoration and industrial 3D Printing which use our inkjet technology. We are the only truly independent inkjet technology company with over 25 years of know how. We offer unrivalled inkjet expertise including technology and printhead design and development, and manufacture highly customised product decoration systems and industrial 3D Printing for volume manufacturing. Our unique technologies and products are the leading enabler for innovation and for driving supply chain efficiencies for many industries.
Xaar, the world’s leader in digital ceramic printing technology, has received an award recognising innovations that make a positive environmental contribution to the Chinese ceramics industry. The award for both the individual efforts of Mark Alexander, Director of Marketing at Xaar, and the innovative Xaar 1001 printhead technology was presented at the China Green Ceramics Awards 2012 hosted by the Building & Bathroom Ceramics Association of China.
4 January 2013Read in full
Staff at Xaar, the Cambridgeshire-based leading independent manufacturer of industrial inkjet printheads, have chosen two local and two national charities to benefit from a new £12,000 charitable giving programme set up by the company.
14 December 2012Read in full
Xaar, the leader in digital ceramic printing technology, is pleased to announce that China Glaze Company Ltd, Taiwan, has been recruited as its first Asian Ink Partner with specific focus on the ceramics sector. Xaar is now working closely with China Glaze to optimise the performance of its digital ceramic inks with the Xaar 1001 printhead.
1 November 2012Read in full
Xaar, the world-leading developer of inkjet technology and manufacturer of industrial inkjet printheads, today lines up alongside 38 other iconic British businesses taking part in the ‘Make it in Great Britain’ exhibition.
24 July 2012Read in full
Xaar, the leading independent supplier of industrial inkjet printheads, has added two new greyscale printheads to the successful premium-quality, wide-swathe (53.7mm) Xaar Proton inkjet family. The Xaar Proton 15 and Xaar Proton 15+ both deliver 15 picolitre drops at high speed, providing outstanding print quality, excellent productivity and exceptional value.
11 July 2012Read in full
Xaar, the leader in digital ceramic printing technology, announces the Brazilian launch of a new model of the revolutionary Xaar 1001 inkjet printhead family during Forn&Cer (Sao Paulo, 19-22 June).
19 June 2012Read in full
Xaar, the leader in digital ceramic printing technology, announces the launch of a new model of its revolutionary Xaar 1001 inkjet printhead family.
23 May 2012Read in full
Richard Barham has joined Xaar, the world’s leading independent supplier and manufacturer of industrial inkjet printheads, as Sales and Marketing Director.
8 May 2012Read in full
Xaar has partnered with DIGIPRINT SUPPLIES to provide sales and support for Xaar industrial inkjet printheads. The partnership gives wide-format printer users easy access to Xaar 126, 128, 500, 760, Proton and Electron printheads in regions where there is no direct machine manufacturer support.
2 May 2012Read in full
Xaar, the world-leading developer of inkjet technology and manufacturer of industrial inkjet printheads, has beaten competition from hundreds of other UK companies to win a place in the Government’s ‘Make it in Great Britain’ exhibition this summer. Xaar joins over 40 British businesses at the event, including such iconic brands as Airbus, McLaren and BAE Systems.
1 May 2012Read in full