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Nexa3D Desktop FIM Package

Freeform Injection Molding Desktop Package includes everything you need to start printing tools and then produce parts right on your desktop.

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The new era of desktop manufacturing with an all-inclusive Freeform Injection Molding Desktop Package. It includes everything you need to start printing tools and then produce parts right on your desktop. In a rapidly evolving product development process, simplicity, speed, and cost-effectiveness are paramount. We’ve got it all covered, with a 3D printer platform that covers your entire range of applications, from prototyping to production. The FIM Desktop package main componenets include:


XiP Desktop 3D Printer

Ultrafast, compact production of 3D-printed parts and tools

  • Print volume: 4.8 liters

  • Build volume: 195 x 115 x 210 mm

  • Pixel size: 52 µm

  • Print speed up to 180 mm/hour

  • Auto-dispensing of resin

  • Heavy-duty design

Wash + Cure

A two-in-one workstation for compact operations

  • Washing of loose parts, or parts on build plate, supported
  • Washing with stirring for maximum effect
  • Curing on turn-table for even application of UV light
  • 405 nm wavelength for compatibility with most resins


For rapid and safe dissolving of xMOLD 3D-printed injection mold tooling

  • Demolding at up to 85°C, for faster processing
  • Agitation further speeds up the process
  • Capacity of 46.2L allows for processing of large batches


The most versatile 3D printed injection mold tooling resin

  • Withstands up to 400°C, enabling the molding of PEEK and other complex performance materials
  • Soluble, for maximized mold design freedom while enabling unlimited part complexity
  • Low-stick, for easy mechanical separation
  • Machinable, for easy post-processing and process acceleration

APSX-PIM Desktop Molding Press

The world’s most compact injection molding press

  • Max. melt temperature: 315°C (600°F)
  • Max. clamp force: 5T (11,023 lbs)
  • Max. shot size: 30 cu-cm (1.83 cu-in)
  • Max. Opening stroke: 14 cm
  • Injection pressure: 345 PSI (5000 BAR)
  • Mold size: 4.8″ x 6.0″ (12.2 x 15.2 cm)
  • Parts as large as: 100 sq-cm (15 sq-in)


The patented Freeform Injection Molding (FIM) process uses ultrafast Nexa3D printers and xMOLD resin to print injection molding tools that are compatible with thousands of off-the-shelf injection molding materials, including reinforced high-performance feedstocks. The ability to design, iterate, and validate using final grade production materials in hours versus weeks is invaluable in any product development process. The FIM process produces fully soluble tools, enabling true design freedom and eliminating the need for time consuming design and gating considerations typically associated with conventional tooling process. You can quickly design and print tools for highly complex parts, inject with injection molding feedstock, and then dissolve away the tool to reveal the complex shape underneath.


CAD to Tool in Hours

Combining the speed and throughput of Nexa3D’s LSPc printers with the flexibility of xMOLD resin you can go from design to complex tooling in a matter of hours. Accelerate your design cycles, slash your R&D costs, and get to market faster with digital tooling from Nexa3D.


With Nexa3D’s large print envelope and ultrafast LSPc process, the Wilson R&D group can now produce multiple parts at once, in a rapid manner, allowing for multiple design iterations in a single print batch.