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California-based Nexa3D, well-known for making ultrafast polymer production 3D printers, has announced a new product that it says can extend series production 3D printing runs, and ensure less downtime as well. The company’s new Everlast Membrane is a new interface layer technology that’s meant to majorly increase the amount of time that membranes used for series production with Nexa3D’s NXE400 3D printer are able to last. The Everlast Membrane is made out of a resilient and durable substrate that, according to Nexa3D, “can extend the printer’s useful life more than 25 times” in comparison to other trays and vats that are on the market right now.
“We are very excited to bring Everlast Membranes to market. 3D print manufacturers seek every possible advantage to keep their workflows moving as fast and efficiently as possible while maintaining consistent production standards. Nexa3D Everlast Membranes give them yet another edge to provide longer, uninterrupted production runs and lower waste while ensuring consistent production part quality,” Michele Marchesan, the Chief Growth Officer for Nexa3D, stated in a press release sent to 3DPrint.com.
Over the past several months, Nexa3D has been in the headlines a lot, what with its acquisition of NXT Factory, multiple new reseller partnerships with companies all over the world, and teaming up with software companies Siemens and CASTOR. During an interview with the company’s CEO Avi Reichental after Formnext Connect a few months ago, we learned that Nexa3D focused on not letting the COVID-19 pandemic hold them back, but instead working to “accelerate innovation” by manufacturing critical products, shipping out 70 new 3D printers, and partnering with other companies to bring new materials to market.