Nexa3D has announced the unveiled XiP Pro, a new 3D printer they describe as “an industrial 3D printer like no other.” The Ventura, Californian-based 3D printer manufacturer says the XiP Pro has the largest build capacity and fastest print speed in its class and provides production economics that were previously unattainable.
The latest 3D printing system from the company is built on Nexa’s patented Lubricant Sublayer Photocuring (LSPc) technology. Announced on the first day of RAPID+TCT 2023, the company believes that the XiP Pro hits several key metrics without compromise. Specifically, the ability to obtain precision, dimensional stability, and surface quality without sacrificing speed.
Built for Manufacturing
With a build volume of 19.5L, XiP Pro delivers the daily throughput of four or more industrial resin-based printers, allowing users to significantly increase daily throughput. The company explains that 3D printing has always involved tradeoffs; if you want speed, you must sacrifice quality. Not any longer. With an “industry-leading” print speed of up to 24 centimeters per hour, XiP Pro can produce its entire build volume in less than two hours.
The XiP Pro also has a state-of-the-art 7K resolution LCD screen with 46 µm pixel size and 23 µm sub-pixel resolution using antialiasing technology, resulting in dimension-accurate parts. XiP Pro is an open-platform printer that offers a range of validated resins, spanning strong and durable materials such as xABS, xPP, and xCE to elastomeric materials such as xFLEX475 and xFLEX405.
More details and technical specifications of the XiP Pro will be released by Nexa during this week’s RAPID+TCT event.
To learn more about Nexa’s first desktop resin system, read our review of the Nexa3D XiP 3D printer here.
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Featured image shows the Nexa XiP Pro. Photo via Nexa3D.