Choose a 3D Printer
From the product design to the manufacturing floor, we offer a full line of ultrafast 3D printers that deliver unmatched speed, increase production throughput, and lower total cost of ownership.
Professional Resin 3D Printer
Industrial 3D Printer
Meet NXE 400Pro
Industrial 3D Printer
Meet NXE 200Pro
Dental 3D Printer
Meet NXD 200Pro
SLS 3D Printer
Meet QLS 820
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LSPc vs. Traditional SLA 3D Printers
Our 3D printers use patented Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) process that has a self-lubricated membrane enabling ultrafast resin 3D printers that surpasses traditional SLA 3D printer capabilities.
NexaX 3D Printing Software
NexaX software enables process stability and print consistency, making it easy to scale from prototyping to production. Raise the ante of the entire design-to-manufacturing 3D printing cycle.
Our xWASH and xCURE post-processing solutions ensure consistent mechanical properties and predictable part performance for manufacturing with industrial 3D printers.
Our 3D Printers Are Different
Nexa3D offers end-to-end desktop 3D printers and industrial 3D printer systems with validated workflows, software and post-production capabilities to meet a variety of application needs. Move your production in-house or upgrade your additive manufacturing process to get the fast turnaround time and flexibility you need to scale your additive production and achieve throughput economics unachievable with traditional stereolithography (SLA) 3D printers. When 3D printing using traditional SLA 3D printers, one of the limiting factors is the delamination forces during printing. Once layers are added during the printing process, they tend to be very fragile and sensitive to peeling forces, and that is why SLA 3D printers print at low speed, so as not to jeopardize the print structure during the printing process.
Our industrial 3D printers are different, in that they use a patented Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) process that has a self-lubricated membrane enabling ultrafast printing from a few different angles. What our self-lubricated membrane does is eliminate the forces between the part being printed, which is in green state, and the build area. The resin, which is a viscous material, needs to move into the printed area to be able to print the next layer. The flexible membrane means we can address the issue of resin replenishment, which is unaddressable with other SLA techniques. This is because the membrane, thanks to its flexibility, helps to propagate the resin to every area of the print platform, enabling faster 3D printing speeds than other SLA printers.
More Materials, More Options
2022 Materials Guide for Ultrafast 3D Printing
All Nexa3D’s printers leverage open source material capabilities to give you the widest choice of materials for your prototyping and production needs. Read more about the broad range of materials our 3D printers can accommodate.
As a product company ourselves, we experienced first-hand the pain points that have held back adoption of production resin 3D printers for the past two decades – low productivity, inconsistent performance, and poor yields. So, we developed a new class of ultrafast photopolymer printers resulting in up to 20x productivity gains across the entire design and manufacturing cycle.
This guide focuses on:
- Characteristics and uses of materials
- Certified testing specifications of each material
- Material-use case studies