Those attending CES 2018 in Las Vegas this week will have the chance to watch live demonstrations of the ultra-fast stereolithography NXV 3D printer from Nexa3D. The industrial-grade 3D printer relies on proprietary Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) technology and patented structured light matrix capable of reaching top speeds of 1 cm per minute. This allows for a 3D printing experience that’s 40 times faster, two times more accurate, and five times less expensive.
The NXV is the first professional 3D printer from Nexa3D and can achieve an impressive 30 micron XY resolution. The size and speed of the 3D printer make it ideal for producing functional prototypes, manufacturing tooling and even end-use parts. The 3D printer also features cognitive software and integrated sensors that optimize manufacturing part performance, provide detailed diagnostics and offer continuous monitoring.
Special algorithms enable the NXV printer to intelligently slice, optimize and adaptively compile complex geometries at uniform speed and high resolution. It’s also designed to run using both on-board controls for in-situ and remote operations of a single 3D printer, or a full factory of 3D printers for mass customization production.
“3D printing is an unstoppable force of change in every industry and within it, high-speed 3D printing is the next frontier in additive manufacturing and one that is highly valued by end-users, strategic partners, resellers and investors alike,” said Nexa3D co-founder and executive chairman Avi Reichental. “After several years of bootstrapping through the early stages of proving and nailing our game-changing technology, we are gratified to be here at CES 2018 with some of our early access marquee users and resellers who are partnering with us to validate the scaling of our first product.”
In addition to launching the printer, Nexa3D announced a three-way partnership with BEGO and XYZprinting with the goal of transforming digital dentistry and successfully tapping into the multi-billion-dollar market. With the agreement in place, BEGO will exclusively market and sell a special purpose high-speed Nexa3D dental printer under its own label, which will be manufactured by XYZprinting. Nexa3D will be in charge of developing the necessary technology and products to support the partnership.
Nexa3D also recently joined Techniplas‘ open innovation program to expand their presence in the automotive industry. Techniplas is a leading global design and manufacturing provider of automotive products and services and brings together companies in the 3D printing industry to deliver a wide range of benefits from shared technologies. Nexa3D will be exhibiting at CES 2018 with some of the 3D printing companies within Techniplas’ expanding portfolio.
Nexa3D’s NXV printer is priced at $19,950, and they believe their technology is uniquely capable of achieving uniform high-speed and high-resolution printing at convincing injection molding properties, size and scale.
“Nexa3D patented technology presents significant scope to leapfrog both incumbents and new-comers,” said Reichental. “Early feedback from our partners and resellers suggest that at our price and performance segment, the NXV could become a category maker.”
The company invites interested customers and qualified resellers to visit Nexa3D at CES 2018 at Techniplas booth #9100 located at the Las Vegas Convention Center in the 3D Printing Marketplace, January 9-12, 2018, and experience first-hand their ultra-fast 3D printer in action.
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