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Speed and Ease of Use: The XiP

As 3D printing industry is growing day by day, choosing a 3D printer becomes challenging even for professionals. There are many options to choose from with very different features, which makes it all the more difficult. Almost everyone agrees on some points when they consider buying a new 3D printer. Among these are speed and the quality of the printed part. However, the process of 3D printing is also of great importance. Engineers at Nexa3D work hard to create a 3D printing experience which will make users happy. This is also true for the XiP, which is Nexa3D’s most accessible 3D printer. Let’s pinpoint what a smooth 3D printing experience means for the user.
Speed is the priority for designers and engineers from all sectors, with industries becoming more competitive every day. In order to keep up with this competition, brands have to produce parts in the shortest period of time. Same the other Nexa3D printers, the XiP is also engineered with LSPc technology, which makes them ultra-fast. It also features 4.8 litres build volume, making it the largest on the market. This means both larger and more parts to be produced. However, speed and productivity begin before printing starts. The amount of time spent while preparing the print also has to be short. Uploading and orienting the print file and loading the resin all have to take as little time as possible in order for the printing process to be actually “ultra-fast”. The XiP makes all these possible. NexaX software is a fast and intuitive one, which makes the preparation process quick and simple no matter how many parts you are printing. Loading and changing the resin are both easy and quick steps with the XiP. It is possible to print prototypes and production parts on the XiP as it is able to handle a wide variety of resins. The users can also design their own resins specific to their needs. All in all, the XiP makes every step of the printing process fast and easy. Furthermore, the XiP is also the perfect choice for dental and orthodontics purposes. Conventional solutions are very slow, which makes the paint wait for a very long time. Now, an orthodontist can use an intraoral scanner on the patient’s teeth, which is then converted into a CAD file to be sent to a dental lab. The part is then 3D printed. Even though it may also take a long time depending on how busy the lab is, the XiP dramatically reduces the time spent on these processes as it is able to print many dental parts in one build.
The XiP has a simple resin system, an intuitive software and other features including a replaceable LCD module and a two-part vat system to clean failed prints easily. The Everlast-2 membrane and aluminium frame fit together smoothly and easily. They can be used repeatedly, which is something other resin 3D printers cannot provide.
As a result, Nexa3D’s game-changing desktop resin 3D printer XiP makes it possible for the user to experience a fast, easy and smooth 3D printing process.
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