Nexa3D Launches the Ultrafast and Affordable NXE 200 Industrial 3D Printer powered by LSPc technology

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Nexa3D launches Ultrafast NXE 200 Industrial 3D Printer
Above: Nexa3D launches Ultrafast NXE 200 Industrial 3D Printer/Image Source: Nexa3D

Nexa3D, manufacturer of ultrafast 3D printers, has announced the release of the NXE 200 industrial 3D printer, a low-cost entry point into Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) technology. The NXE 200 is a natural extension of Nexa3D’s portfolio, which also includes the NXE 400 industrial 3D printer and the NXD 200 dental 3D printer, with the goal of increasing LSPc technology accessibility.

The NXE 200 is ideal for designers, engineers, and manufacturers who require quick, accurate, and scalable prototyping and manufacturing solutions. The system not only prints at 6.5x the speed of competing resin 3D printing technologies, but it also has a large build volume of 8.5L and a build area of 275 x 155 x 200mm. Users can produce large parts and production runs of smaller parts in a fraction of the time required by other 3D printers with this combination of speed and volume.

“Consumers should not have to accept tradeoffs between quality and affordability. The NXE 200 offers extremely high productivity, in addition to superior accuracy, aesthetics, and mechanical properties, at the lowest total cost of ownership. Nexa3D intends to reach as many users as possible, and the NXE 200 will make LSPc technology more widely available.”

– Michele Marchesan, Nexa3D Chief Revenue Officer, Industrial Products

NXE 200 Industrial 3D Printer

Ultrafast NXE 200 Industrial 3D Printer
Above: The affordable and ultrafast NXE 200 Industrial 3D Printer/Image Source: Nexa3D

Nexa3D provides a wide range of materials for the NXE 200 industrial 3D printer, as well as its intuitive and user-friendly NexaX 2.0 software, which enables intelligent build optimization, process stability, and print consistency. The validated workflow is completed by the post-processing technology xWash and xCure. Each of these elements is quick and simple to use, reducing time spent on print preparation and post-processing.

The NXE 200 includes Nexa3D’s proprietary Everlast 2 membrane, which is critical to LSPc technology speed and, due to its long lifespan, results in more printer uptime and lower consumable costs. The 4K LCD light engine in the printer eliminates light diffusion near the part’s edges, resulting in exceptional accuracy and surface finish. Uniform exposure and process control with high power and irradiance allow for strong cure at each layer and improved mechanical properties.

The NXE 200 costs $49,990 with installation, and for a limited time, it comes with Nexa3D’s high-capacity xCure curing unit and NexaX 2.0 software. This promotion is valid until the end of May.

The NXE 200’s affordability extends beyond its price point. The 3D printer is easy to service and upgrade because it is built with industrial hardware and modular components, resulting in a long-lasting, dependable machine.

Nexa3D will introduce the NXE 200 at this week’s Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Conference, which will be held in Chicago from April 3-7. Nexa3D, a conference Diamond Sponsor, will also be showcasing the larger-format industrial NXE 400 3D printer and the brand new industrial resin desktop XiP 3D printer, both of which are expected to ship in Q2. Other Nexa3D products on display at AMUG will be xWash and xCure, NexaX 2.0 software, and information and parts for the upcoming QLS 350 powder bed 3D printer.

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