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Nexa3D, born in Rome, Italy, and now headquartered out of Ventura, CA, has recently launched to market its NXE400 platform, which is said to print at speeds of up to 1cm in the Z axis per minute.
Operating under the XponentialWorks umbrella, the company is hoping its ability to print at speeds will not only enable companies to race through the design validation process, but can be harnessed for the production of end-use parts too. The company’s flagship product, which started shipping earlier this summer, is powered by its proprietary Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) process and is available with optional washing and curing units.
The NXE400 machine and its supporting appliances will now be offered through Dynamism’s sales channels. This offering will supplement the platforms from the likes of Desktop Metal, Formlabs and Ultimaker, already offered by the reseller.