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Nexa3D vs. Origin One Comparison

The XiP Pro and NXE 400Pro solutions from Nexa3D and Stratasys Origin One are three of the most popular high-speed, industrial 3D printers available. Here is a simple comparison between the systems to help you determine which resin 3D printer is best suited for your particular application.

Nexa3D XiP Pro industrial resin 3D printer

Nexa3D® XiP Pro

XiP Pro offers the highest daily throughput in its class at the lowest operational costs making it ideal for industrial users looking to scale additive production

Nexa3D NXE 400Pro large-volume resin 3D printer

Nexa3D® NXE 400Pro

For labs, workshops, and production facilities, NXE 400Pro offers a large build volume, great accuracy, and fast printing thanks to Nexa3D’s proprietary LSPc® tech.

Stratasys Origin One 3D Printer

Stratasys® Origin One

Origin One is one of several Stratasys resin-based 3D printers. Origin One offers high-speed 3D printing utilizing its P3™ tech for manufacturing and prototyping applications.

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XiP Pro

NXE 400Pro

Origin One



Light Engine

LED/LCD (7K, 405nm)
46 μm with 23 μm sub-pixel resolution
LED/LCD (7K, 405nm)
46 μm
DLP (4K, 385nm)


Build Volume

292 x 163 x 410 mm (19.5 L) 275 x 155 x 400 mm (17 L) 192 x 108 x 370 mm (7.5 L)

Vat Capacity

3L 3L 2L


Open with 25+ validated resins Open with 25+ validated resins Open with 25+ validated resins

Resin Dispensing

Smart resin-feed system Semi-automatic resin dispensing Manual pour-in

Wash Solution

xWASH and xCLEAN – washes two full builds at once xWASH and xCLEAN – washes two full builds at once Requires 3rd party solution such as Branson 8800 ultrasonic bath, IPA, and Tupperware

Post-Cure Solution

xCURE cures up to three builds at once xCURE cures up to three builds at once Requires 3rd party solution such as Dymax ECE5000 Box


$59,995 (40% less than Origin One) $41,995 (58% less than Origin One) $99,000

3D Printing Technologies

Nexa3D LSPc Technology

Nexa3D Ultrafast LSPc 3D Printer Technology

Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing utilizes a proprietary membrane that reduces peel force enabling high-speed 3D printing for parts small and large, solid and latticed. An industrial LED light engine further enables high resolution and high precision 3D printing.

Origin P3

Origin P3

Programmable PhotoPolymerization (P3) is a version of DLP with a variety of sensors to control variables throughout the print and an inflating membrane that acts to remove the print from the vat bottom.

Throughput Comparison

Nexa3D’s XiP Pro and NXE 400Pro printers are able to manufacture parts with a significantly higher throughput than the Stratasys Origin One, translating to more parts in the same amount of time and lower cost per part for manufacturers. Here’s how these printers compare*:

Bike Grip Throughput Comparison

Bike Grip

Part Dimensions
33.2 x 33.2 x 132 mm

Part Volume
31.2 cm3

Henkel Loctite IND402


Print Time
(Full Build)

Per Build

Print Time
Per Part

Per Week

XiP Pro

11 Hours 0 Minutes 32 21 minutes 342

Origin One

16 Hours 18 Minutes 15 1 Hour 5 Minutes 110

Post-Processing Systems

Nexa3D xWash

NXE Pro Series

xWash / xCure

The NXE Pro Series offers two purpose-built post-processing accessories. The xWASH holds up to two full builds in its 35 L volume and completely washes residual resin in a 2-4 minutes. The xCURE can hold three full builds and has the ability cure and heat parts with preset profiles built in.

Origin One Wash Bath

Origin One

3rd-Party Only

Origin One does offer a purpose built post-processing solution, but they do recommend a list of third-party options. The wash baths tend to use ultrasonic waves. The Branson 8800 is a standard example with a bath volume of about 20 L – meaning parts may need to be washed in batches.

Build Volume Comparison

With a build volume of 17 liters, NXE 400Pro has more than double the build volume of the Origin One (7.5 liters). Broken down by axis, NXE 400Pro is 43% wider on the x-axis, 43% deeper on the y-axis, and 8% taller on the z-axis. Thanks to advanced part stacking combined with core LSPc tech, this translates into a difference of hundreds of additional parts per build on the NXE 400Pro without any increase in time.
Cost Comparison

NXE 400Pro vs. Origin One

Cost Comparison

The NXE 400Pro ($62,895) comes in at 40% less than the up-front cost of the Origin One ($99,000).
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