Nexa3D and BASF Develop New Photopolymers for NXE400 3D Printer

  • Nexa3D and BASF Develop New Photopolymers for NXE400 3D Printer

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    Ultrafast industrial-grade polymer 3D printer manufacturer Nexa3D expands its partnership with BASF’s corporate brand Forward AM to deliver three new ultrafast photopolymer materials for Nexa3D’s NXE400 3D printer. The companies will collaborate to offer customers a way to rapidly design a wider range of prototypes and parts, including housings, enclosures, pipes, packaging products, and footwear components with greater performance and functionality. The new x45 family of materials was specifically designed with Forward AM’s rapidly expanding suite of tailor-made photopolymer formulations to print parts much faster and accurately on Nexa’s 3D printer.

    Nexa3D’s NXE400 printer. Image courtesy of Nexa3D

    Under the partnership, the companies will leverage their capabilities to develop three new materials available through Nexa3D’s growing network of resellers, which already provides photoplastic and thermoplastic printers, materials, post-processing, and software solutions to many customers worldwide. The collaboration will focus on developing photopolymers x45-NATURAL, x45-CLEAR, and x45-BLACK, which will be added to the startup’s growing list of photoplastic materials designed for use in a range of applications like casting and dental. With strength above 60 MPa, the x45 materials are ideal for many use applications and prototyping and testing at a fraction

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