Nexa3D Launches XiP Pro Industrial 3D Printer
With a print speed of up to 24 vertical centimeters per hour, XiP Pro can produce its build volume in under 2 hours without sacrificing print quality or surface finish, the company reports.
May 3, 2023
Nexa3D announced at Rapid + TCT 2023 (booth 2712) the immediate availability of its XiP Pro ultrafast industrial 3D printer. Featuring fast print speeds, a powerful print engine, and a 19.5-liter build volume, the XiP Pro delivers high production capabilities for industrial users, the company reports.
“XiP Pro is a paradigm shift for industrial users looking to scale additive production,” says Nexa3D co-founder, chairman and CEO Avi Reichental. “The printer’s compact but rugged aluminum enclosure is built for a tough production floor setting and performance longevity.
“I am proud and humbled by my fellow Nexers and the innovation powerhouse we are building, anchored in over 180 patents, a comprehensive polymer product portfolio spanning a broad range of resin (LSPc) systems, and rapidly expanding powder bed fusion (QLS) solutions,” adds Reichental.
Large Build Volume
With a 19.5-liter build volume, a single XiP Pro is made to help reduce capital investment in equipment. With its stacking ability, users can optimize each build by stacking smaller parts on top of one another to take full advantage of XiP Pro’s entire z-stage.
Fast Print Speeds
With a print speed of up to 24 vertical centimeters per hour, XiP Pro can produce its build volume in under 2 hours without sacrificing print quality or surface finish, the company reports. Its LCD-based print technology uses a self-lubricating membrane that reduces peel forces and enables lightning fast print speed. Its LED light engine enables high resolution and high-quality surface finish on 3D printed parts.
“Nexa3D has done a great job bringing down the costs of 3D printing while increasing production capacity,” says Glen Mason, director, Advanced Manufacturing at Wilson Sporting Goods / DeMarini Sports, a member of select Nexa3D users with early access to the XiP Pro. “Their printers are getting bigger, faster and more affordable which is a total win for users. With a larger build platform, we’re able to print larger parts, and stack smaller parts for maximum throughput.”
XiP Pro comes with a new, enhanced NexaX OS, an intelligent, scalable platform for workflow automation, speed, efficiency and productivity, featuring faster print prep engine and remote monitoring. The new NexaX OS suite enables faster and more automated workflow, fleet management and remote monitoring. It also allows for faster generation of support structures in multiple shapes, faster slicing, border compensation on base layers, and print file size reduction.
XiP Pro is immediately available for sale and can be ordered via an authorized Nexa3D reseller.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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