Nexa3D Launches NXE 200 Industrial 3D Printer

The NXE 200 offers an entry point into LSPc technology, aimed at designers, engineers and manufacturers who need scalable prototyping and manufacturing solutions.

The NXE 200 offers an entry point into LSPc technology, aimed at designers, engineers and manufacturers who need scalable prototyping and manufacturing solutions.

The NXE 200 industrial 3D printer system is said to offer faster speeds compared to resin 3D printing technologies and features a spacious build volume of 8.5L and build area of 275x155x200 mm. Image courtesy of Nexa3D.


Nexa3D has released the NXE 200 industrial 3D printer, an entryway into Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) technology, the company reports. The NXE 200 expands Nexa3D’s portfolio, which also includes the NXE 400 industrial 3D printer and NXD 200 dental 3D printer, with intent of broadening LSPc’s accessibility.

The system is said to offer faster speeds compared to resin 3D printing technologies and features a spacious build volume of 8.5L and build area of 275x155x200 mm. With combined speed and volume, users can produce large parts and production runs of smaller parts in less time.

Nexa3D offers a large selection of materials for use with the NXE 200, along with its intuitive and user-friendly NexaX 2.0 software, which enables intelligent build optimization, process stability and print consistency. Closing out the validated workflow are xWash and xCure post-processing technology. Each of these elements is fast and easy to use, according to the company.

The NXE 200 includes Nexa3D’s Everlast 2 membrane, a key component to LSPc’s speed and which, thanks to its long lifespan, results in more printer uptime and lower consumables costs. The printer’s 4K LCD light engine eliminates light diffusion near the part’s edges, resulting in accuracy and surface finish. Uniform exposure and process control with high power and irradiance enable cure at each layer for mechanical properties.

The NXE 200 is priced at $49,990 with installation included, and for a limited time, the printer comes bundled with Nexa3D’s high-capacity xCure curing unit and NexaX 2.0 software. This offer is good until the end of May.

The 3D printer is said to be easy to service and affordable to upgrade.

Nexa3D launched the NXE 200 at this week’s Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Conference, at the start of April. 

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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