Nexa3D Launches NexaX 2.0 Intelligent Software Platform

New software release combines process and geometry algorithms with MES workflow software to optimize plastic parts for additive production.

New software release combines process and geometry algorithms with MES workflow software to optimize plastic parts for additive production.

Nexa3D’s 2.0 release features an intuitive user interface. Image courtesy of Nexa3D.


Nexa3D, the maker of ultrafast polymer production 3D printers, announced today the immediate availability of NexaX 2.0 software, a file-to-part software platform that extends the productivity capabilities of its NXE 400 3D printers, company says. Developed in collaboration with ParaMatters, NexaX 2.0 enables the development of high-performance additive manufacturing processes on a scalable modern computation architecture, compressing the entire file-to-part cycle using fully integrated build setup and MES workflow software.

NexaX 2.0’s accelerated capabilities feature automated intelligent support generation, fully integrated build setup and print management software that can prepare part files for printing. NexaX 2.0 is part of Nexa3D’s expanding software platform, combining process and geometry algorithms and end-to-end validated workflows to optimize plastic parts production. This software platform extends Nexa3D’s productivity abilities to all preprocessing activities while maximizing each part’s mechanical performance and consistency, reducing production cycles from days to minutes, and minimizing material usage and waste compared to traditional manufacturing, company reports.

NexaX 2.0 performance features include the following:

  • parts file preparation for printing in half the time of other solutions;
  • intuitive user interface;
  • fast slice algorithms;
  • integration with Nexa3D’s large and growing materials portfolio;
  • automatic part-by-part scaffold supports;
  • user support generation capability;
  • part rescale and duplication capability;
  • automatic part collision and out-of-bounds detection;
  • part print-time and resin consumption estimator;
  • remote management and live print view capability; and
  • fleet management and MES workflow tools.

For more about NexaX 2.0, view this video.

“With our NXE 400 3D printers completing entire jobs in 15- to 30-minute cycles, we quickly realized that file preparation and build setup are new sources of bottlenecks as these processes can take orders of magnitude longer than the entire print job. This problem is exactly what we set out to solve with NexaX 2.0,” says Izhar Medalsy, CTO of Nexa3D.

“We are committed to advancing our digital manufacturing platform capabilities and this strategic collaboration with ParaMatters is a real force multiplier,” Medalsy adds.

“At ParaMatters, we pride ourselves on developing Industry 4.0 intuitive design and manufacturing productivity tools that make it easy, fast and cost effective for designers and manufacturers to bring their new products to market,” says Michael Bogomolny, CTO of ParaMatters. 

NexaX 2.0 offers application programming interfaces that make the integration of various software tools easy, including assembly parts consolidation, generative design for AM, lightweighting, automated print optimization, part costing estimator, ROI calculator and MES workflow. The NXE 400 3D printer equipped with NexaX 2.0 software is available for purchase now. 

NexaX 2.0 is fully compatible with Ximplify, the company’s automated 3D printing decision support portal powered by CASTOR. Ximplify can scan through a complete list of materials consisting of thousands of parts in minutes, selecting the ideal candidates for additive manufacturing, company says.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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