What Does the Siemens-Nexa3D Partnership Mean for 3D Printing? – 3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing

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3D printer manufacturer Nexa3D has announced a collaboration with technology company Siemens to automate its polymer laser sintering systems. Even during COVID-19, the two companies have remained committed to Industry 4.0 preparedness by growing their product portfolios and partnering with other committed companies, and their customers in many industries, from industrial and automotive to medical and aerospace, are reaping the benefits—compression of the design and manufacturing cycle to reduce project timelines, and a stronger, more resilient supply chain.
“We are very excited to partner with Siemens, the world’s leading provider of factory automation and digitization technologies, to jointly deliver the next generation of manufacturing capabilities to our customers. We believe hat this collaboration is essential given the strengths of the 3D printing industry as demonstrated throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, and this is the right time to realize the combined potential that this partnership unlocks for the benefit of our expanding customer base,” Kuba Graczyk, Head of Thermoplastic Additive Business at Nexa3D, stated in a press release.

Last month, Nexa3D acquired NXT Factory, and its proprietary Quantum Laser Sintering (QLS) technology, which now powers the company’s rapid technologies, alongside its original Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) process. …

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