Nexa3D acquires SLS Technology from XYZ Printing

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Nexa3D acquires SLS Technology from XYZ Printing including the MfgPro230 xS SLS 3D printer
MfgPro230 xS SLS 3D printer/Source: Nexa3D

Nexa3D, the market leader in ultrafast stereolithography 3D printers, has announced the acquisition of XYZ Printing’s SLS technology business, which includes technology, distribution, and service. Nexa3D will add the popular MfgPro230xS and MfgPro236xS printers to its powder bed product portfolio immediately, providing our combined customer base with even more affordable SLS printing technology.

Over the last five years, a wide range of customers have successfully adopted the XYZ Printing technology, establishing a strong reputation for high-performance, high-speed printing with exceptional reliability.

Nexa3D Acquires SLS Technology

Polymer components with tough, mechanical, and thermal properties are produced by the MfgPro230 and MfgPro236. Both printers operate on an open material platform and are compatible with a wide range of nylon powders, making them ideal for higher temperature applications.

“Our XYZ SLS machines offer something others do not, the ability to use end-of-life powder from our EOS and HP MJF machines for high-quality SLS parts. On top of the operational sustainability, the smaller build volume of the 230 allows for a 22-hour complete build cycle that only requires a 2-hour cooling cycle with zero negative effect on part accuracy or surface quality.“

– Oscar Klassen, CEO, JawsTech

Open Platform Fast Cycle Sintering

MfgPro236 xS

MfgPro236 xS SLS 3D printer is a part of XYZ Printing’s SLS Technology
MfgPro236 xS SLS 3D printer/Source: Nexa3D

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) technology is used by the MfgPro236 xS to create 3D printed parts with tough, mechanical, and thermal properties. Powerful features such as a 21-hour cycle time, a 60-watt laser, and 0.2mm accuracy, combined with an affordable and open powder portfolio, make it the best value for professional users looking for a cost-effective but powerful selective laser sintering solution.

MfgPro230 xS

The MfgPro230 xS has long been the platform of choice for producing 3D printed parts with tough, durable mechanical properties, thanks to its use of Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) technology. The MfgPro230 xS brings this capability to every prototyping user at a previously unheard-of price. It is undeniably the best entry-level printer for thermoplastic part production, with a 24 hour cycle speed, 30 watt laser, and a wide range of materials.

Broad Material Selection

Versatile range of materials for XYZ Printing’s SLS Technology
Versatile range of materials for XYZ Printing’s SLS Technology/Source: Nexa3D

Both printers support a wide variety of materials, including the popular PA11, PA12, PBT, and PP, as well as TPU88 and TPU75. Both systems are also compatible with titanium and steel cold metal fusion materials.

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