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Nexa3D Brings Its Entire Suite of Ultrafast Additive Manufacturing Solutions to TCT Asia


VENTURA, Calif.–()–At the event, Nexa3D’s booth will feature its NXE400 Industrial 3D printer along with a new class of functional polymers that increases printing productivity by 20X. Visitors can also experience Nexa3D’s expanding range of intelligent post processing solutions and witness the unveiling of its XWash automated washing station. The company also plans to demonstrate its recently introduced XCure station, designed to work seamlessly with the NXE400 and NXD 200 to ensure optimal curing of all photoplastic-based resins. The company will be showcasing some of its most recent customer success in dental, medical, automotive, aerospace and industrial applications.

As Nexa3D continues to expand into China’s rapidly growing 3D printing market, TCT Asia provides an opportunity to personally connect with Chinese manufacturers, as well as to demonstrate live how its additive manufacturing solutions serve more like time machines than 3D printers. At TCT Asia, the company is excited to team up with leading technology distributor VSTECS, which boasts vast experience in the Asia Pacific market. VSTECS will be joining Nexa3D on the booth, to provide support for interested designers, engineers and manufacturers.

“At Nexa3D, we are passionate about digitizing the supply chain sustainably,” explained Michele Marchesan, CRO at Nexa3D. “Our technology takes the speed of additively manufacturing plastic parts from dial-up to broadband, opening the aperture to a new range of functional polymers.”

“China is one of the largest and fastest growing manufacturing markets in the world and is currently witnessing a digital transformation throughout its entire industrial ecosystem,” added Chen Tao, vice president of machine and peripheral product business group at VSTECS. “Participating in this important event with Nexa3D is a great opportunity to demonstrate our joint commitment to solving the most pressing challenges facing Chinese industrial businesses. Manufacturers are under huge pressure to provide greater design agility and vastly reduce lead time for high volume plastic part production that meets or exceeds the quality of injection molding.”

Based in California, Nexa3D manufactures the world’s fastest polymer 3D printers. Its mission is to shatter traditional productivity barriers and it already produces technology capable of printing up to eight liters per hour. The company is also committed to the circular economy — its machines and materials minimize process waste and reduce energy consumption per part, helping industries reduce their carbon footprint.

To see the 3D printing revolution in action, visit Nexa3D at booth K49. If you’re not in Shanghai this month, you can still visit Nexa3D at its virtual showroom here.

Want to know about Nexa3D and its product range? Visit https://nexa3d.com/, like it on Facebook, or follow on Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

About Nexa3D

Nexa3D is passionate about digitizing the world’s supply chain sustainably. The company makes ultrafast industrial grade polymer 3D printers affordable for professionals and businesses of all sizes. The company’s photoplastic printers are powered by its proprietary Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) while its thermoplastic printers are powered by Quantum Laser Sintering (QLS), both of which increase print productivity by 20X.

The company’s partnerships with world-class material suppliers unlocks the full potential of functional polymers that are tailored for production at scale. The company’s NexaX proprietary software platform optimizes the entire production cycle through process interplay algorithms to ensure part performance and production consistency, while minimizing material usage and waste reducing energy and carbon footprints.




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