Nexa3D Unveils Desktop Post-Processing and Three Resin Materials
xCURE Desktop System reduces curing time; new photopolymer resins expand applications in aerospace, automotive, and dental markets, company reports.
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November 14, 2023
Nexa3D announced at Formnext, the introduction of a desktop cure system that reduces post-processing time, bringing post-processing to the desktop. The company also introduced three industrial resins, enabling new applications in automotive, aerospace, electronics and dental markets.
xCURE Desktop is a high-powered UV curing system that supports three wavelengths (365 nm, 385 nm and 405 nm), making it a solution for all resin printers. Housed in a rugged, anodized metal enclosure for durability, xCURE Desktop reduces cure times by up to 80% with most parts curing in under 10 minutes. This allows users to post-process parts much faster, and Nexa3D’s predefined curing workflows guarantee consistent mechanical properties and predictable part performance.
xPRO9400-FR, produced in partnership with BASF ForwardAM, sets a new standard in flame-retardant 3D printing materials. This rigid material with a UL 94 V-0 rating is halogen-free and features a high heat deflection temperature above 250°C. Ideal for production automotive and aerospace parts, electronics, custom jigs & fixtures and more, it stands out with its low viscosity, ease of handling and temperature resistance.
PRO9499 White from Henkel is a cost-effective modeling material that delivers feature resolution and accuracy. It maintains a matte white finish even after post-curing, for a wide variety of modeling applications.
Saremco Print CROWNTEC is a composite resin specially formulated for biocompatible permanent dental restorations. It offers a wide range of applications, including inlays, onlays, veneers, dentures and temporary bridges but is most often used for temporary and permanent crowns. With multiple shades and aesthetics, it ensures a match for any dental restoration.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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