3D Printing IndustryIppolita MagroneOctober 26, 2020
Nexa3D, a US-based SLA 3D printer manufacturer has launched a new post-processing system called the xCure.
The machine, which has been custom-made for use with Nexa’s flagship NXE400 3D printer, is reportedly capable of post-processing photoplastic-based parts consistently, and on a “production scale.” Nexa’s latest system has also been designed to cure photopolymer components in a user-friendly way, by streamlining workflows, and making process controls consistent, regardless of the part’s size or complexity.
“We are very excited to bring the xCure to market, underscoring our commitment to deliver fully validated workflow solutions for manufacturing at scale,” said Avi Reichental, Co-Founder and CEO of Nexa3D. “Only through the rigorous development, simulation, and testing of predictive and prescriptive end-to-end workflows can we unlock the full range and consistency of mechanical properties.”