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Xerox is entering the 3D printing market

by • May 5, 2016 • No Comments

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Xerox (XRX) a $9 billion tech company not long ago reported its initially quarter 2016 financial results. The company is facing clear challenges to alter itself and grow its revenue. In the last 5 years Xerox has failed to impress investors. The company reported it remains on track to achieve its planned separation into two independent, publicly-traded companies by the end of the year and said it has turn it intod significant progress on its three-year, $2.4 billion strategic alteration program. Part of the alteration can come of 3D printing according to Janos Veres leads PARC’s Novel and Printed Electronics Program at XEROX.

In the upcoming interview, Janos highlights the power of 3D printing, by exploring the upcoming of electronics. Janos’ major interest is in radically new making concepts: merging micro and macro to turn it into electronics in new form facts, thus “freeing electronics of the box.” This comes with sizeable area, flexible, conformal image sensors and detector arrays for medical imaging or security applications; flexible, hybrid electronics via printing as a making technique for customized Internet of Things (IoT) devices; smart inks bringing 2D and 3D printing beyond shapes and colors, adding electronics functionalities to car or wearable devices; and electronics which can configure themselves of microchip inks, dynamically alter shape, or disintegrate on command.

Janos builds partnerships with material makers, printing, electronics and consumer product firms to turn it into the upcoming generation of electronics, while concurrently finding immediate commercialization opportunities.

We can store reporting on Xerox foray into 3D printing. The company can move slowly in the upcoming months while the separation is underway but we should pretty see things accelerate in 2017.


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