Nexa3D Launches New Desktop Resin 3D Printer: XiP
Nexa3D has recently launched its new desktop resin 3D printer: XiP. The XiP uses Nexa3D’s signature technology, Lubricant Sublayer Photocuring (LSPc) technology just like its other industrial 3D printers NXE400 and NXD 200.
Resin 3D technology is generally divided into 3 categories: Stereolithography (SLA), Digital Light Processing (DLP) and Masked Stereolithography (mSLA). Mainly, mSLA technology exposes resin material to UV light to cure it. It does not trace each layer, but uses a large area UV light source, which is masked with LCD screen. In this way, the patterned light is exposed to the resin simultaneously throughout the curing plane, which makes the whole process fasther than SLA. However, LSPc is the fastest among all.
Nexa3D improved printing times in a revolutionary way by introducing a self-lubricated membrane which does not stick to the printed part or the LCD screen underneath. This is what makes ultrafast printing possible. Furthermore, the XiP is easy to use. It can be easily operated by an expert user or a dentist who does not have any related experience in 3D printing. Another user-friendly feature the XiP provides is the Smart Resin System. Nexa3D cartridges provide ease of use, allowing quick load and unload of the materials. Also, thanks to its modular design, XiP gives you the possibility of repairing or replacing parts easily and quickly. You will not need to do this very often, though, as the XiP is tough and long-lasting. You can also easily leave the printer unattended overnight. Without the need of constant monitoring, the XiP provides fast and easy 3D printing experience. Also, Nexa3D cares about maintaining sustainable production. As mentioned earlier, the XiP is long-lasting. However, if your printer needs to retire, the aluminium body can be easily recycled.