Nexa3D Technology Enables Same-Day Manufacturing by Quickparts

Nexa3D’s technology taps into on-demand manufacturing where custom parts can be delivered in as fast as same-day.

Global on-demand manufacturing provider, Quickparts adds Nexa3D’s Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) technology to its Express Service Offering.

On-demand manufacturing service provider, Quickparts, adds Nexa3D 3D printing technology to its Express Service offering. Image courtesy of Business Wire.

Nexa3D's resin-based additive solutions have been adopted by the global on-demand manufacturing service provider, Quickparts, to enable turn times for 3D printing services.

Launching first in the United States with Europe following in early 2023, Quickparts Express Service delivers custom parts printed on the NXE 400Pro and XiP 3D printers, using engineering-grade materials ideal for prototyping and low-volume manufacturing applications, in as fast as same day.

“We’ve been working closely with Nexa3D and have validated its industrial and desktop 3D printers, both utilizing the ultrafast LSPc 3D printing technology to help meet our customers’ needs for quicker turn-times and uncompromised part quality,” says Ziad Abou, CEO, Quickparts.

Quickparts invested in Nexa3D’s thermoplastic serial production solution, the QLS 820 earlier this year, signing on as a foundational manufacturing partner in Sept. 2022. Now with the addition of the NXE-series and XiP printers, it will offer 3D printing services using the entire Nexa3D’s fleet of fast additive manufacturing solutions.

“Nexa3D was founded on the premise of digitizing supply chains sustainably by making ultrafast polymer 3D printers accessible to professionals and businesses of all sizes,” says Nina Swienton, chief marketing officer at Nexa3D. “We are thrilled to partner with Quickparts to further expand access to our industry-leading technology and at the same time deliver 3D printing services faster than ever before.”

Quickparts’ Express Service offering was demonstrated live at this year’s Formnext, both at Quickparts booth, located in Hall 12.0 | Booth E82 and Nexa3D booth, located in Hall 11.1 | E31.

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

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