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Nexa3D, a manufacturer of SLA 3D printers, has made a series of announcements this week, all aimed at expanding its 3D printing business and client base. Among the announcements, Nexa3D has enlisted UK-based AM solutions provider CREAT3D and South Korean 3D printer supplier Brulé as new resellers. To date, the company has reseller agreements with companies in North America, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Russia, Britain and South Korea. In addition to the reseller network partnerships, Nexa3D has also brought on a new member to its Board of Directors: Jeff Holden, the former chief product officer at ride-sharing giant Uber.
Nexa3D has lofty ambitions within the additive manufacturing industry for its ultra-fast stereolithography technology. The company’s latest 3D printer, the large-format NXE400, was first presented at Formnext 2018 and is capable of continuously printing up to 16 liters of parts volume at a speed of up to 1Z cm a minute.
With its recent reseller agreements, Nexa3D is showing its dedication to advancing its global go-to-market strategy. One of the main goals of the expanding network is to deliver an upgrade to users of older legacy SLA systems with its industrial, highly automated 3D printers.