Based in California, Nexa3D is bringing new technology to the 3D printing world and providing improved results one company at a time.
Nexa3D is at the leading edge of printing technology, including innovative user interface and software technology for creating 3D printers that are faster and more efficient. The machines also use a smaller footprint to create larger products and improve the quality of the final products.
Supplying everything needed to start 3D printing, Nexa3D is your one-stop for learning everything about 3D printing from discovering which material to use to choosing the best printer for your needs. Nexa3D offers a comprehensive product range, including photo plastic printers, thermoplastic printers, user-friendly software for each of their printers, and the materials needed for each printer.
Nexa3D strives to forge long-lasting relationships with each of their customers. They do this by delivering and installing the 3D printer of each customer’s choice and training their employees to use the equipment. Their goal is to ensure every customer’s new printer is a great fit in their facility. They won’t rest until they know the printer meets their customers’ needs and will produce the best results for each company. They also provide webinars and support systems to ensure that each user fully understands the 3D printing process. The access to additional training materials will ensure every customer’s employees will have the knowledge they need to get the best possible results from their new printer.
There are a variety of methods involved in completing the 3D printing process. One method starts with extruding the material one layer at a time to build up the item. A second type of printer dips the design into liquid raw materials as it builds up the individual layers. Finally, a powder resin builds the layers from the bottom up. When selecting which method is best, it is important to consider the materials, their strengths and weaknesses, and the benefits and shortfalls of each method.
Each 3D printer shares the same basic processes regardless of the method used. First, the frame formats the size and shape of the printer, and it is where each further component will fit. The printer head is where the filament or binder fluid will be deposited or released, and it is supported by the printer head assembly, which controls the movements of the printer head itself. These work in conjunction to create the shape and turn the design into a reality. The build bed, or platform, is situated beneath the printer head and supports the item during the printing process. The stepper motors control the speed and positioning of the device and how fast the electronics propel the printer head and extrude the materials needed.
In addition to the physical aspects, each printer has its own version of firmware and software. The firmware is a permanent part of the printer and controls each aspect of the process. It conveys the details and instructions from the software to the electronics, which ultimately control the printer head. The software is the program that allows the designs to be entered by the user, enabling them to create designs and then transfer them to the printer, and is the portion of the machine that the user interacts with the most.
As a company, they focused not only on the printers themselves and how a superior printer can provide a better product but also how they can help to keep them updated and continually improve the process. When a successful printer has been developed, they can install and coach the customers on its use and how to choose materials for their projects.
Further, they maintain an online store containing all the products any user will need to operate their printers regularly. They believe in keeping the newest technology and developments easily available for those who need it. They stay alert to industry advances to ensure they are consistently offering the newest and fastest technologies.
They have created an intuitive and simple user interface for their software programs, allowing anyone to use their printers. Items can be designed and sent to the printer, where they are added to the job queue and will proceed as soon as the previous job has finished. This system allows for faster job transitions and saves on the downtime of the machine while the next job is set up and started. The queuing system decreases downtime that would otherwise be spent waiting for the next part of a multiple-part project to finish before assembly.
Nexa3D stays at the forefront of developments by seeking out and joining in mutually beneficial collaborations. When provided with a challenge to update or improve their systems, they implement changes that will benefit their customers. This helps them in drastically cutting the time that 3D printing projects can take for their customers. They also look for technology that helps them provide reliable and high-quality 3D printing products to their customers. New advances can save companies both time and money, and it will encourage them to expand in the future. Technology that seems impossible today will become commonplace for Nexa3D and their customers tomorrow.
Industries Currently Using Nexa3D Printers
While they work with many industries to provide state-of-the-art 3D printers, they have a close affinity with a few in specific. As these industries look for ways to save costs and produce items faster for the consumer, Nexa3D is poised to meet those challenges with new innovations.
Their printers are used to manufacture machines that produce materials for the food industries, ensuring they are food safe and able to maintain the supply chain. In the automotive industry, they supply printers that create parts and tools for custom vehicles and specialty repairs or aftermarket upgrades. In the textiles industries, they help to provide materials used in many products, as well as the machines and tools required to make them. Their involvement in the marine and aviation sectors helps to keep those industries going by allowing them to make the parts they need to make repairs without delays.