Nexa3D, the leading maker of ultrafast professional and industrial polymer 3D printers, today announced the expansion of its high-performance functional resin portfolio, with the immediate commercial availability of three new photopolymer resins tailored to address the growing demand for its ultrafast industrial and desktop 3D printers.
“The addition of three new resins reaffirms our commitment to collaborating with industry’s material experts to continue to formulate and validate high-performing resins that will further expand customer applications that are benefiting from our ultrafast 3D printing technology,” said Kevin McAlea, Chief Operating Officer at Nexa3D. “Our expanding range of printers and materials presents a significant upgrade for traditional stereolithography and DLP users with its ultrafast printing speed, high volume precision, and broad range of performance materials that come at the most economical cost of ownership available on the market today.”
The company worked with material experts at BASF to validate the new ceramic composite resin, xCERAMIC3280, as a fast printing, rigid material with high heat deflection temperature and excellent tensile modulus. The new xCERAMIC3280 resin is a perfect choice for tooling applications as well as wind tunnel testing models.
Through its collaboration with material experts at Henkel, the company announced immediate availability of xMODEL17-Clear, a rigid and durable modeling material with enhanced clarity, perfect for prototyping applications that require fine feature details and high-quality translucent or transparent surface finishes.
The company also released xFLEX402, a flexible material with firmer shore 76A durometer, high elongation at break and excellent tensile strength, ideal for functional prototyping applications of elastomeric components and production parts.