– 6X the speed and 2.5X the volume of all other comparable 3D printers on the market
– Continuously printing up to 16 liters of parts at speed up to 1Z centimeter per minute
– Compressing time to print prototypes and production parts from hours to minutes
– Printing functional parts at injection molding quality, repeatability and tolerances
Frankfurt, Germany, November 13, 2018 — Nexa3D, the maker of ultra-fast stereolithography production-grade 3D printers, announced today its development of the industry’s fastest large-format 3D printing system, the NXE400. This new category maker prints at up to 6X the speed and 2.5X the build volume of all other comparable products on the market today. The NXE400 is part of a new family of printers that leverages Nexa3D’s proprietary LSPc technology. It is capable of continuously printing up to 16 liters of parts volume, at speeds of up to 1Z centimeter per minute, effectively reducing the time to produce functional prototypes and production parts from hours to minutes.
Nexa3D will demonstrate several of its ground-breaking production printers at the XponentialWorks booth, B01 – Hall 3 in the Frankfurt Messe, including the NXE400 and the NXE200 models together with automated post-processing units. The Nexa3D team invites all fellow industry practitioners, qualified resellers and strategic partners to experience this new class of production printers and begin the journey of upgrading your additive manufacturing capabilities. Media kit available here.
“We are thrilled, proud and humbled to be the team that’s breaking the speed, size and cost barriers that constrained our industry’s growth rates for decades,” said Avi Reichental, Nexa3D Co-founder and Executive Chairman. “It is a development that’s highly prized by end-users, strategic partners, resellers and investors alike.”
At Formnext 2018, Nexa3D will preview two models slated for commercialization in early 2019: the NXE200 and NXE400 printers. Priced from $19,950 for a 7-liter printer to $49,950 for a 16-liter printer respectively and capable of printing at injection molding repeatability and tolerances, the NXE series is the most accurate 3D printer in its category.
“After several years of painstaking research and ground-breaking developments, our entire team is excited to be here at Formnext 2018 with our fellow industry practitioners and ecosystem partners who are helping us validate the marketplace impact of our new range of products,” said Izhar Medalsy, Chief Product Officer, Nexa3D.
The NXE series is equipped with tough materials ideal for ultra-fast printing of functional prototyping, production tooling and full-scale manufacturing of end-use parts, casting patterns and dental restorations. The printers are also equipped with cognitive software and integrated sensors, which together optimize manufacturing part performance, provide detailed diagnostics, and offer continuous monitoring. See the NXE-400 3D printer in action.
“Our printers are powered by proprietary Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) technology and patented structured light matrix capable of reaching top speeds of 1Z centimeter per minute, drastically reducing 3D printing cycles of precision functional parts from hours to minutes,” said Medalsy. “We firmly believe that our technology is uniquely capable of achieving uniform high-speed and high-resolution printing at convincing injection molding properties, size and scale.”
Nexa3D plans to commercialize the NXE series of printers during the first half of 2019 through its multi-channel arrangement with XYZprinting, the world’s number one 3D printing brand, and BEGO, a leading provider of digital and traditional dental materials. This collaboration is designed to successfully access the growing demand for industrial production and digital dentistry printers, both multi-billion-dollar categories. Under this multi-channel plan, XYZprinting will manufacture and sell Nexa3D printers under the XYZ brand and BEGO will market and sell, under its own label, a special purpose high-speed Nexa3D dental printer, the NXE printer series. Nexa3D will exclusively develop the required technology and products for the partnership, in addition to selling its own printers under the Nexa3D brand.
As part of its growing automotive focus, Nexa3D has also partnered with Techniplas, a leading global design and manufacturing provider of automotive products and services. Techniplas announced the partnership in January 2018, and is showcasing a concept vehicle featuring its expanding generative product design and additive manufacturing capabilities – including NXE printed parts – at Formnext 2018.
“When it comes to breaking the speed, size and cost barriers that have constrained our industry’s growth for decades, our Nexa3D patented technology represents a significant scope to leapfrog both incumbents and newcomers,” said Reichental. “Early feedback from our partners and resellers suggests that with our price and performance segment, the NXE series could become a category maker.”
Nexa3D is making ultrafast industrial-grade stereolithography 3D printers affordable to professionals and businesses of all sizes. The company’s printers are powered by proprietary Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) technology and patented structured light matrix capable of reaching top speeds of 1Z centimeter per minute, drastically reducing 3D printing cycles of precision functional parts from hours to minutes. To learn more, visit nexa3d.com.
Silicon Valley Communications