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3D printing speeds aren’t the only fast-moving process for Nexa3D; the company, which introduced the ultra-fast stereolithography NXV 3D printer at CES 2018, had more to show off at the recent RAPID + TCT. While in Las Vegas I appreciated the time to speak with the team about that new offering and the growth experienced since our conversation less than two months prior at formnext 2017, in Fort Worth we had yet another new 3D printer to discuss. During the show, Nexa3D and partner XYZprinting were showing off the first preview of their new MfgPro220 xPF 3D printer.
Speaking with Izhar Medalsy, Chief Product Officer, Nexa3D and Michele Marchesan, Senior Vice President, XYZprinting, provided insights into the latest advances for the companies’ alliance and a look ahead into busy plans in prolific 3D printing.
“We are engineering parts and software,” Medalsy told me.
“We have come a long way in accuracy and precision of models, in surface finish, in organic support structure. This last, we have created support overhangs with the minimum amount of resin. We have made improvements in our membrane technology. We are using our own software with voxel technology.”
The voxel-level approach to 3D printing software, picking up throughout the industry for finer detail and precise control of properties, represents a “brand new kernel” to Nexa3D’s capabilities, Medalsy explained.