Nexa3D, which specializes in producing ultra-fast stereolithography 3D printers powered by its proprietary Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) technology, is working hard on growing its reseller network to spread across four continents. In May, the company announced a reseller partnership with 3DZ Group in southern Europe. Now, the company is telling the world about several new global reseller partners that cover Belgium, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, North America, and South Africa.
While most AM industry events have been cancelled or rescheduled during the COVID-19 pandemic, Nexa3D, like many other companies, has still been hard at work, and continues growing its relationships with resellers around the world so its customers can significantly decrease the amount of time it takes to fabricate production parts and functional prototypes by increasing their supply chain and design strength.
“We are honored to work with these highly dynamic and visionary 3D printing suppliers from around the world. As we all move through the pandemic and to the point when it ends, the focus for manufacturers must be on design agility and supply chain resiliency. Nexa3D’s products can be a powerful tool for customers to move in that direction by converting current 3D printing speeds from dialup internet to broadband-like productivity,” stated Avi Reichental, Executive Chairman & CEO of Nexa3D. “We are grateful for these new partnerships and together, we can build a more robust and secure future for the benefit of our mutual customers.”
With its flagship NXE400 system, which is meant to break productivity and speed barriers at scale, Nexa3D can provide recovering manufacturers a better and faster way to adapt, and remain resilient, should another worldwide crisis arise that shakes up the system like COVID has. Part of its plan to offer the industry’s many legacy stereolithography printer users a major upgrade in both productivity and speed through its quick industrial systems— the NXE400 can print up to 19 liters of parts in one build—revolves around growing its network of global resellers, and it certainly has done so.
In Belgium and the Netherlands, new reseller partner SEEDA, which serves the academic, engineering, and R&D sectors, provides a variety of products centered on FFF, SLA and SLS technologies, as well as consultations, 3D printing services, and technical support. 3D Phoenix, which delivers both industrial and professional 3D printers and scanners, is well-established in the Polish AM market, while elsewhere in Europe, Portuguese company Emetrês is focused on digital printing and finishing technologies, currently highlighting 3D printing.
US company Big Systems, headquartered in Wisconsin, represents a wide-ranging line of 3D printing, aqueous, eco-solvent and solvent, flatbed, latex and roll-to-roll, and UV-curable solutions, offering 3D printing equipment, supplies, and software in addition to wide-format digital printing solutions.
“Nexa3D printers offer speed, precision and automation to give our customers the boost they need to reach their goals and adjust as needed to changing conditions. We are very excited that Nexa3D printers will be a strong part of our collection of leading brands with their ability to provide manufacturers high-quality and next-generation speed,” said Joe Jones, the President of Big Systems.
Additive Manufacturing Solutions (Pty), or AMS, was the first South African company to provide professional, yet affordable 3D printing services. The company’s service bureau provides customers with instant online quotes, and it also offers 3D scanners, the latest 3D printers, and expert advice.
All of these new Nexa3D partners are also resellers for some other big names in the additive manufacturing industry, such as Markforged, HP, Sinterit, Ultimaker, XYZprinting, Raise3D, Formlabs, 3Dgence, Intamsys, Massivit, Prodways, Farsoon, and more.
To check out the ultra-fast NXE400 SLA 3D printer in action, watch the video below:
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