Production Capabilities in an Affordable Industrial 3D Printer

Exceptional speed and productivity without the major capital expense
NXE 200

NXE 200

Ultrafast Industrial Grade 3D Printer

No need to compromise – the NXE 200 3D printer provides exceptional affordability for designers, engineers and manufacturers who need fast, accurate and cost-effective prototyping and manufacturing solutions.

The NXE 200 is powered by LSPc technology, and its 200 mm z-stroke is perfect for building smaller parts as as enabling downstream processes for semi-continuous production.

Nexa3D’s robust materials portfolio is backed by strong partnerships with leading material providers, including Henkel and BASF, and unlike other DLP or mSLA technologies, NXE 200 provides users with a large 8.5L build volume and validated workflow to unlock the highest throughput in its class at the lowest total cost of ownership.


Build Volume 10.8 x 6.1 x 7.8 inch (275x x 155 x 200 mm)
Max Resolution 4K (3840 x 2160)
Pixel Pitch 76.5 µm (0.0030 in)
Wavelength 405 nm
Build Materials UV Curable Plastics; xGPP-Translucent; XGPP-Grey; xPRO410; 3843-ABS-Black; xCE-Black; ABS-Black; xCE-White; xPP405-Black; xPP405-Clear; xPEEK147; x45-Natural; x45-Clear, x45-Black, xFLEX
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Everlast-2 Membrane Interface Technology

Get lower consumable costs and more printer uptime with the Everlast-2 Membrane, which enables superior print speed, surface finish, and fidelity as well as tremendous functional durability. Membranes last a minimum of 50,000 printed layers.

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LSPc 3D Printing

Nexa3D’s print process begins with a proprietary light source — the LSPc 3D printing engine. Different from DLP, where edge-to-edge performance can be compromised due to optical distortions, LSPc delivers a uniform, high power and distortion-free image to all areas of the build plate to ensure part-to-part accuracy and uniformity. LSPc, a type of masked stereolithography (mSLA) technology, is faster than stereolithography (SLA) and other mSLA technologies. Our self-lubricated, flexible membrane overcomes the delamination forces that accrue during any inverted, vat based printing process, enabling ultrafast printing speeds.