Nexa3D, a provider of, among other technologies, SLS printing systems is partnering with Headmade Materials to implement its ColdMetalFusion for metal 3D printing. This sinter-based 3D printing process combines the advantages of polymer laser sintering with established powder metallurgy processes.
Nexa3D is a leading provider of ultrafast polymer 3D printing technology. With the strategic collaboration between Nexa3D and Headmade Materials, Nexa3D is expanding its SLS capabilities by entering the metal 3D printing field through ColdMetalFusion. By using Headmade’s feedstock technology, Nexa3D customers are now able to produce metal components with the QLS 230, QLS 236 and QLS 820 high-throughput SLS printers and are breaking the productivity barriers in metal part production.
“We are thrilled to partner with Headmade for ColdMetalFusion because we believe it provides our customers with best-in-class production economics for manufacturing metal components,” stated John Calhoun, Head of SLS Business Development at Nexa3D.
By joining forces with Nexa3D, Headmade Materials contributes to the further expansion of the ColdMetalFusion ecosystem that thrives on performance, repeatability and precision to Nexa3D customers who are accustomed to ultrafast serial production. Headmade Materials and the ColdMetalFusion technology therefore gain wider access to the market.
“We are impressed by the speed and throughput capabilities of Nexa3D technology and couldn’t be more excited to partner with them to expand access and adoption of ColdMetalFusion technology,” said Christian Fischer, Co-CEO of Headmade Materials.