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Obsidian Solutions Group purchases five NXE 400 3D printers from Nexa3D »

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Obsidian Solutions Group, LLC (OSG) has entered into a distribution agreement with Nexa3D to represent its NXE 400 and NXD 200 photoplastic 3D printers. As part of this agreement, OSG, through its Applied Rapid Technologies (ART) manufacturing division, has acquired five of the Nexa3Dof NXE 400 3D printers and an NXD 200 3D printer. diverting projects directly to Nexa3D printers.

“Another primary goal of Nexa3D is to improve manufacturing sustainability, and replacing urethane casting with 3D printing has immense benefits for our environment. We are proud to lend our technology to OSG’s important mission and pursue our own mission of advancing additive manufacturing capabilities.

OSG is a certified, service-disabled, veteran-owned company focused on providing solutions to the DoD and the intelligence community. Through its manufacturing division, Applied Rapid Technologies (ART), OSG will work with government agencies and commercial/industrial enterprises to provide additive manufacturing (AM) solutions based on ultra-resin 3D printing technology. – Nexa3D fast, production-oriented.

ART has been operating three NXE 400 industrial 3D printers since April 2021, leveraging these machines to meet customer requirements for near-term production plastics. In January 2022, ART installed two more NXE 400s and one NXD 200.

“The Nexa3D equipment frees up capacity in our cast urethane business by allowing us to redirect projects directly to Nexa3D printers,” said Bruce LeMaster, Vice President of Manufacturing, ART. “The throughput of these printers is incredible. Before Christmas, we had a project that required 1,200 parts to be delivered before the holidays. We printed 300 parts at a time, with each build taking just 28 minutes. The project was a great success. »

In addition to in-house use, ART has signed on to join the Nexa3D reseller network. The company will offer 3D printing systems from the Nexa3D portfolio to expand its own customers’ advanced manufacturing capability.

OSG Co-Founder and President James Wiley said, “We are very excited about this venture. The partnership between OSG and Nexa3D will enable us to continue to provide critical reactive services and solutions, at the right time, in the right place and at the right level to counter and thwart the efforts of global adversaries.

OSG Co-Founder and CEO Tyron Logan added that “‘Solutions’ is a big part of the OSG name, and we look forward to offering Nexa3D equipment to our customers as a possible answer to their needs.”

Nexa3D printers are known for their ultra-fast print speeds based on the company’s proprietary LSPc (Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing) technology. The NXE 400 also boasts a build volume of 16 liters, more than double that of other technologies currently available.

“Nexa3D believes in the ability of technology to make a big difference in the world,” said Avi Reichental, Co-Founder, President and CEO of Nexa3D. “Our 3D printers have been proven to reduce production time from days to hours or minutes. In industries where time is particularly critical, the value of ultra-fast 3D printing cannot be overemphasized.

Reichental continued, “Another primary goal of Nexa3D is to improve manufacturing sustainability, and the replacement of urethane casting with 3D printing has immense benefits for our environment. We are proud to lend our technology to OSG’s important mission and pursue our own mission of advancing additive manufacturing capabilities.