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Nexa3D expands portfolio and acquires XYZ

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Nexa3D has announced a deal to acquire all technology, distribution, and service offerings of XYZ SLS printers business.

The US-based high-speed resin 3D printer manufacturer will add XYZ’s MfgPro230 xS and MfgPro236 xS printers to its product portfolio.

Nexa3D announced the deal on its website, stating, “Over the past five years, XYZ Printing technology has been successfully adopted by a wide range of customers, building a reputation for high-performance, high-speed printing with outstanding reliability.”

“Our XYZ SLS machines offer something others do not, the ability to use end-of-life powder from our EOS and HP MJF machines for high-quality SLS parts,” said Oscar Klassen, CEO of JawsTech, which employs Nexa3D technology and, together with Quickparts, is Nexa3D’s foundational partner in the Manufacturing Network program.

“On top of the operational sustainability, the smaller build volume of the 230 allows for a 22-hour complete build cycle that only requires a 2-hour cooling cycle with zero negative effect on part accuracy or surface quality,” he concluded.

The acquired printers, MfgPro230 xS and MfgPro236 xS, can produce components with tough mechanical and thermal properties.

Both systems are compatible with a wide range of nylon powders and use an open material platform, making them ideal for high-temperature applications. Moreover, both machines feature high material versatility, including PA11, PA12, PBT, TPU88 and TPU75, as well as titanium and steel cold metal.

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Nexa3D has highlighted the MfgPro230 as the platform of choice for producing 3D printed components with tough and durable properties. The printer has a 22-hour build cycle that only requires a 2-hour cooling cycle with zero negative effect on part accuracy or surface quality.

Similarly, the MfgPro236 should offer a 21-hour cycle speed, 60-watt laser, and 0.2mm accuracy. Nexa3D has defined the MfgPro236 as being the “best value for professional users looking for an affordable but powerful selective laser sintering solution,” highlighting its affordability.


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