Nexa3D Parts On-Demand
Experience the speed and quality of LSPc technology by getting your parts made by a manufacturing service provider
“Recognizing the speed at which parts could be built, I started looking at it as an opportunity to divert cast urethane projects to 3D printing.”
– Bruce LeMaster, Founder and Vice President, Applied Rapid Technologies
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Optimize Utilization Rates
Ability to flex your machine capacity allows you to optimize utilization rates by choosing between Nexa3D’s desktop or industrial equipment, both using the same ultrafast LSPc 3D printing technology.
Offer Same Day Service
Nexa3D printers print speed and production throughput unlocks new business opportunities by enabling you to deliver on-demand manufacturing services in as fast as 24 hours.
Lower cost of operation, higher throughput and yield means higher productivity for your manufacturing operation and higher profit margin for your business.
Wide Range of Applications
Nexa3D printers offer a broad range of rigid and elastomeric materials for applications ranging from modeling, engineering validation, and final production.
Reduce Total Cost of Ownership
Nexa3D printers deliver lower cost of ownership due to significantly lower initial investment, higher throughput, and lower production costs. Best part, no need for costly annual lease dues.
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Take advantage of unrivaled throughput of Nexa3D printers and deliver custom polymer components faster than ever before
Learn more about the ultrafast Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) process by downloading this free technical guide.
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Nexa3D NXE 400Pro v. Carbon M2/M3
When it comes to industrial resin 3D printers, the NXE 400Pro and Carbon M2/M3 are the two most popular 3D printers used by OEMs and service providers. Compare Carbon M2/M3 pricing and specs to NXE 400Pro to help you determine which one is better for your particular application.
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Nexa3D XiP v. Formlabs Form 3
When it comes to desktop 3D printers, there are multiple factors to consider before making a purchase decision. We put together a quick comparison guide between the XiP and Form 3 to help you determine what printer is best for your print quality, speed, and total cost of ownership requirements.
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“We found the ideal solution for the end user by bringing in the Nexa3D machine. If we had chosen any other technology, we likely would have needed more than one printer to match that output”
– Johannes Matheis, CEO of Murtfeldt AM
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