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XYZprinting Unveils New Cutting-Edge 3D Printers at FormNext 2018

XYZprinting, the world leading 3D printer brand, today announced that as part of its commitment to extends its professional 3D printing category leadership it plans to unveil three new products at FormNext 2018.

“We are excited to demonstrate the significant progress that we made since our foray into the professional segment exactly one year ago right here at FormNext, with the unveiling of four game changing professional 3D printers together with key partners representing our rapidly expanding reseller network”, said Simon Shen, Chief Executive Officer of the New Kinpo Group, one of the largest global electronics contract manufacturing and parent of XYZprinting. “We are proud to bring our latest printers from our labs to the show floor here today”, Continued Shen. “We are strongly committed to deliver a steady stream of new, innovative products that are underpinned by our unparalleled manufacturing scale and our unwavered dedication to productizing mission critical products and technologies”.

CastPro120 xP – New DLP printer with Ultra Precision and Quality with Simplicity

With build size of 94×52x100mm (3.7x2x3.9in), the CastPro120 xP represents a new generation DLP printer product capable of printing accurate parts faster at XY resolution of 50 microns and layer thickness from 25~100 micron offers superior edge detail, accuracy and surface finish. The CastPro120 xP features a build platform automatic calibration that brings simplicity of operating and the consistency of printing performance. The early access program of CastPro120 xP is expected to start at the second quarter of 2019.

MfgPro3400 xP – the largest Stereolithorgraphy Printer of its Class

Comes with max print volume of Ø380×300mm (Ø15×11.8inch), which is more than 34 liters (around 9gal) of total printing size, MfgPro3400 xP is the largest stereolithorgraphy printer of its kind for direct part manufacturing of industrial size. The innovating rotary build-platform of MfgPro3400 xP is designed to improve tank life and hence reducing the operating cost and the automatic resin filling and build-platform calibrating offers simplicity and operational efficiency.

The new MfgPro3400 xP is expected to be available by late 2019.

MfgPro700 xTC – First Large-Format Full-Color FFF 3D Printer

MfgPro700 xTC

MfgPro700 xTC is the first industrial-grade FFF printer equipped with full-color 3D inkjet technology to delivery full color FFF 3D printing with industrial print size of 700x500x500mm. MfgPro700 is also equipped with industrial CISS (continuous ink supply system) to ensure the consistence performance of ultra large full color 3D printing. And designed with better visualization and build-in camera monitoring system and on-screen printing control to manage part printing of long hours. MfgPro700 xTC is expected to be made available by mid of 2019 and following it, a new MfgPro700 xTC with mono-color printing of extra performance materials available with a build-in chamber will be also available by later 2019.

MfgPro1600 xPF–Fastest Professional-Grade 3D Printer

The MfgPro1600 xPF is the most affordable high-resolution 3D printer that offers great speed, unparalleled precision, and is compatible with various engineered and dental resin materials. Its quality and affordability delivers a great 3D printing experience.

Printing continuously at up to 16 litters (270 x 160 x 380 mm) of build volume in a single build at print speed of 1 Z cm per minute, the MfgPro1600 xPF is the largest and most accurate 3D printer available in its category. With the patented LSPc™ Technology from Nexa3D®, the MfgPro1600 xPF can print at up to 40X faster than traditional 3D Printing and deliver 2X more precise parts than other continuous professional 3D printers on a large scale. The MfgPro1600 xPF runs using both on-board and cloud controls for in-situ and remote operations of a single printer or a full factory of printers, to enable mass production of customized parts. Early access program is to commence during first half of 2019.