Nexa3D expands into UK 3D printer market with CREAT3D partnership

California-based SLA 3D printer manufacturer Nexa3D has announced a partnership with UK based 3D printing value-added reseller CREAT3D. Through the partnership, Nexa3D will expand its presence to the UK, allowing CREAT3D to distribute its 3D printer in the local market. 

This move from Nexa3D is part of a rapid network expansion that aims to grow its worldwide go-to-market strategy. The UK is considered a significant region within Nexa3D’s expansion plans, as highlighted by comments on the announcement from Avi Reichental, Executive Chairman and CEO of Nexa3D. “CREAT3D,” Reichental continued, “is the ideal partner to deploy our stereolithography 3D printers.”

Likening the speed of competing 3D printers to old “dialup internet, Reichental says Nexa3D machines will enable customers to “convert” to t”to broadband-like productivity” manufacturing “products that break speed and cost barriers.”

The Nexa3D NXE400. Image via Nexa3D
The Nexa3D NXE400. Image via Nexa3D

Democratizing access to Nexa3D additive manufacturing

Based in Reading, CREAT3D provides additive manufacturing equipment and services for business aiming to streamline production, design and engineering processes.The company has delivered 3D printing technologies and services to a range of industries, including automotive, aerospace, defence, consumer products, and architecture. Examples of its customers include Jaguar Land Rover, Google, GKN Aerospace, Honeywell, and McVitie’s

“CREAT3D exists to deliver the best additive manufacturing technologies, innovative services and expert support to our customers, empowering them to realize the full benefits of integrating additive manufacturing into their businesses,” commented CREAT3D managing director Simon Chandler. “We are incredibly excited to be working with the team at Nexa3D and to bring their transformative 3D printing technology to the UK market.”

Nexa3D’s NXE400 printer. Photo via Nexa3D.

The NXE400 SLA 3D printer

Nexa3D’s NXE400 SLA 3D printer was introduced at RAPID + TCT 2019. Of the system, Reichental states that “This technology completely blows off the doors for what’s possible in terms of speed and size, and will unleash whole new levels of productivity and optionality for end-users.”

CREAT3D joins a host of resellers recently signed by Nexa3D, including U.S.-based Dymanism, which will help the company expand its North Amrerican channel sales. Nexa3D has also recently reached agreements with resellers in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Russia as part of its European expansion, and with Brulé in Japan.

The company aims to introduce and democratize its SLA 3D printers in these global markets as an alternative and potential upgrade to users’ currently installed systems. 

Reichental adds, “Our NXE400 presents a significant upgrade for experienced stereolithography users with its ultra-fast printing speed, high volume precision ready to use parts.”

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Featured image shows a group of NXE400 3D printers. Photo via Nexa3D.