13 February 2019
Xerox Enters 3D Market With Purchase of Vader Systems
Vader 3D printer with liquid metal
Vader 3D printer with liquid metal
Xerox has acquired Vader Systems, a manufacturer of the liquid metal jet 3D printers.The acquisition is part of the Xerox's "innovations strategy" and attempt to enter the  $8 billion 3D or additive manufacturing market (growing at 25% per year) . Xerox who is a player in toner and inkjet intends add 3D or liquid metal to their area's of expertise. Xerox has been working on 3D technology and adapting it to digital packaging.
Entering the 3D printing market
Entering the 3D printing market
They are looking at moving 3D printing from packaging prototypes to production equipment. 
Founded in 2013,by Zach Vader, Vader Systems developed and patented metal 3D printing technology.Vader’s technology is said to be able to produce parts at rapid speeds, low costs and with minimal waste. The terms of the deal has not been disclosed. 
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