Nexa3D Expands Commercial Shipment of NXE400 in North America

Company displays enhanced production capabilities live at CES 2020.

Company displays enhanced production capabilities live at CES 2020.

NXE400 with different parts. Image courtesy of Business Wire.

Nexa3D, maker of production 3D printers, is boosting commercial shipments of its NXE400 printers in North America through Dynamism, a company focused on additive manufacturing solutions and services. The company is showcasing its expanded portfolio of printers and materials at CES 2020, January 7-10, 2020, at the Dynamism booth #31406 in the 3D printing area, South Hall, Las Vegas Convention Center.

“The NXE400 delivers an improvement in overall printing speeds that changes the way we think about printing in the same way internet access did with the move from dial-up to broadband,” says Izhar Medalsy, Nexa3D chief operating officer. “The technology is a game changer, and you can see for yourself as we print live throughout CES at a production throughput of 1,000 parts per hour.”

“In addition to rapidly scaling commercial deliveries around the world, we were also able to increase our build volume 25% over our advertised specifications to 19 liters at speeds of up to 1Z centimeter per minute,“ says Medalsy. “At CES, we will display five new materials for the NXE400 including ABS plastics, high temperature plastics, rigid tooling for wind tunnel application and several general-purpose plastics for prototyping, tooling and dental molds and aligners. The NXE400’s total cycle time is 60X faster for producing functional parts, creating total cycle times that are minutes instead of hours.”

“We are proud to make the NXE400 available to customers throughout North America,” says Douglas Krone, founder and CEO, Dynamism, and industry leader and buyers’ choice in additive manufacturing. “Dynamism is committed to delivering the top AM tools to our customers as the seek to transform their operations to production-scale additive manufacturing.”

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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