How do you manufacture the impossible? In this episode of Ok Xoomer — Zoom chats with creative engineers and more — Aaron Licthig, Xometry guy and former Jeopardy! champion, talks with Dror Danai, Chief Business Officer at XJet, on the innovative XJet additive manufacturing platform, 3D printing with ceramics to treat breast cancer, and why additive manufacturing is not about saving pennies, but allowing impossible geometries that facilitate leaps, not incremental progress, in technologies.
Learn more about Xjet and Marvel Medtech’s state-of-the-art treatment for breast cancer: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jimvinoski/2019/07/03/marvel-medtech-and-xjet-have-teamed-up-to-disrupt-breast-cancer-detection-and-treatment/#4b167c8d5e84
About our guest:
Dror Danai, XJET Chief Business Officer has more than 20 years of management experience in international business strategy and operations in the 2D and 3D printing industry. His impressive skillset has enabled him to launch new technological revolutions, having led some of the
most important breakthroughs in both classic (2D) and 3D printing. Combining an impressive mixture of capabilities from product design, engineering, global marketing and sales, Dror takes companies from
startup stage through to full business maturity. Before joining XJet, Dror fostered the breakthrough of Scodix Digital Enhancement Printing. His
extensive career includes leading former Objet Geometries (later merged with Stratasys) from the early startup stage and into to a global success.
Dror holds a B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering and an MBA, both with Honors, from the Tel-Aviv University and as an officer in the Israeli army was the leader of the supreme military Academy.
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