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Jewelry and watchmakers around the world create real works of art using 3D ceramic printing
3D printing brings design, construction, repair and tuning solutions to the automotive industry
Production of car parts, the fastest replacement of worn-out accessories, tuning the body and interior.
Printing of components with high-strength photopolymers, polyamides that can withstand even high temperature loads.
3D printing allows you to quickly produce functional parts in the automotive industry, as well as provide quick replacement of worn parts. 3D printing is highly efficient, in some cases the production time is reduced by 80% compared to traditional manufacturing methods, as well as the cost price can be significantly reduced. Additive manufacturing provides truly limitless opportunities for prototyping, maintenance, and tuning of cars and motorcycles.
Please note that the world’s fastest Nexa3D printer solves the challenges of the automotive industry on a turnkey basis.
3D printing in Education: visualization of complex structures and objects
3D printing improves the effectiveness and quality of dental treatment for patients on a daily basis
Reduced production costs for fasteners and improved assembly of parts for the aerospace industry
SLA printing reduced the production cycle of an aircraft engine sleeve by 3 months
Aerospace optimization and manufacturing process improvement using ceramic 3D printing
High-quality metal powder use to produce high-strength parts for various industries
Reconstructive surgery: the surgeon adjusts the medical device to the patient
Since the onset of the COVID 19 pandemic, demand for personal protective equipment (PPE) has increased rapidly. In addition to healthcare professionals, first responders and other essential workers are taking additional precautions to minimize the risk of infection. As a result, supply chains are overwhelmed and organizations everywhere are scrambling to ensure their employees are properly protected.
One example is Nexa3D’s recent announcement regarding their plans to produce protective gear for healthcare and other essential workers. Established as a direct response to the urgent requests for PPE pouring in from healthcare facilities as well as other essential front line workers, Nexa3D partnered with key players in the medical industry to develop a face shield that is lightweight and designed to be worn for long periods of time while limiting facial exposure to aerosol and splatter. Recently, Nexa3D joined Henkel’s Open Materials Platform. Soon after, the two companies Announced their initial collaboration with the availability of Nexa3D 3843 xABS Black, which is based on LOCTITE 3D 3843 and optimized to run smoothly on Nexa3D’s machines. The company’s NXE400 printers are powered by it’s proprietary Lubricant Sublayer Photo curing ( LSPc ) technology and patented structured light matrix, allowing them to produce up to 19 liters of part volume at high speed, thereby reducing the time it takes to produce functional prototypes and production parts, often from hours to just minutes.
As new challenges arise, industry collaborations like those offered by Henkel’s Open Materials Platform will be available to help companies quickly react and meet the need. And when a new situation does arise, the experience gleaned from this emergency will prove beneficial in helping others better leverage the benefits of additive manufacturing in the future.