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When it comes to industrial 3D printing, speed and part accuracy are key. As the adoption rate of 3D printing continues to increase across industries, 3D printer manufacturers are continuously striving to improve the print times of their machines and the quality of parts produced.
One such company is Nexa3D, a manufacturer of industrial, production-grade SLA printers.
The California-based company has developed its own proprietary technology, LSPc, short for Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing. Through its LSPc technology, Nexa3D is promising faster print speeds and greater levels of accuracy than any other industrial SLA system on the market.
Notably, Nexa3D, which unveiled its large-format NXE400 at CES 2019, says its technology can help to significantly reduce production times for prototypes and functional parts, whilst maintaining injection moulding levels of tolerance, repeatability and quality.
We spoke with Nexa3D’s Chief Product Officer, Izhar Medalsy, to learn more about its technology, the market opportunities for 3D printing and what the future holds for the industry.