November 8, 2023
Nexa3D, a polymer 3D printing leader, announced at Formnext, the introduction of Nexa AI—an artificial intelligence platform for its XiP Pro Industrial 3D Printer. The software package harnesses the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning to revolutionize the 3D printing user experience, simplifying and automating the entire end-to-end process, from file preparation to post-processing.
See Nexa AI in action at Formnext, Nexa3D booth E31 in Hall 11.1, until Friday, November 10, 2023.
Nexa AI aims to provide users with the print intelligence needed. The software's intelligence amplifies with each print. Users will benefit from streamlined and automated workflows, remote monitoring and print management, and real-time error detection, intervention, and remediation, the company reports.
“The ability to incorporate the physics of the print process into the printer intelligence is a huge step forward in the understanding of every aspect of the way we create 3D printed parts,” says Izhar Medalsy, Nexa3D’s chief technology officer. The Nexa AI platform integrates artificial intelligence and machine learning into additive manufacturing, optimizing build orientation, reducing material waste, and minimizing post-processing. The data is collected with every print and then used to continuously tweak and further optimize parameters in order to prevent things like failed prints, suboptimal support structures, optimize print speed and inefficient post processing.
Nexa AI’s base module is available immediately while subsequent features and updates will be made available later this year. The AI-enabled print intelligence coupled with Nexa3D’s ultrafast print speed and machine performance will drive operational efficiencies and further improve production yields for industrial users, reinforcing Nexa3D's commitment to pushing the boundaries of scaled additive production.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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