Nexa3D, a maker of ultrafast polymer 3D printers, announced that it will showcase its end-to-end 3D printing validated workflow for the first time at RAPID + TCT 2021. At the event, from September 13 to 15 at McCormick Place, Chicago, IL, attendees can experience first-hand the speed, innovation, and productivity that Nexa3D’s equipment can bring. Visitors can find Nexa3D on booth E7428.
The booth will feature Nexa3D’s end-to-end validated workflow, following the recent release of the xWASH automated washer. Visitors can learn the benefits of applying the full range of equipment that makes up Nexa3D’s end-to-end solution for industrial as well as for dental and health applications. The booth will feature the ultrafast NXE400 photoplastic 3D printer that offers 20X productivity and the NXD200 dental 3D printer, alongside post-processing equipment such as the xCURE, xCLEAN. The company also plans to feature its ultrafast thermoplastic production system the QLS350. This new powder bed production system is based on the company’s proprietary multi-laser-printing and autonomous print chamber that together enable users to have lights-out 24/7 operations at Industry 4.0 capabilities. Designed for higher operating temperatures and broader powder processing windows, the QLS350 can readily process a wide range of supply-chain approved polyamide powders including PA12, and PA6-6 taking Selective Laser Sintering from prototyping parts to economically serialize production performance and volumes.
Nexa3D plans to showcase the combined impact and power of its partnerships with leading material suppliers and software partners and show how these collaborations serve as a force multiplier to deliver end-to-end production systems for the benefit of manufacturing companies around the globe. The company will showcase its rapidly expanding library of functional materials as well as selected customer production applications, such as its lightweighted Fun Utility Vehicle (FUV) vehicle project with Arcimoto.
“Collaboration is key to bringing 3D printing onto the production floor on a wide scale. So, as well as our equipment, our booth at RAPID + TCT will feature some of our valued partners and customers,” explained Avi Reichental, co-founder and CEO of Nexa3D. “One exciting premiere will be the result of a recent partnership with French medical device company WeMed — a revolutionary telemedicine device that fully leverages the power and speed of our ultrafast production systems. We continue to believe that together everyone wins and in line with that plan to announce several new collaborations and partnerships during the show”.
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