The World's fastest industrial 3D printer. Period.
XiP Pro is an industrial resin 3D printer delivering highest production throughput at the lowest cost of operation. Offering the largest build volume and fastest print speed in its class, its unrivaled productivity allows you to produce functional prototypes and final use parts at previously unattainable production economics. Its state of the art, LCD-based VAT photopolymerization process using the patented Lubricant Sublayer Photocuring (LSPc) technology delivers high accuracy, excellent dimensional stability, and superb surface quality.
Fast Cycle SLS 3D Printer
QLS 230 is the most affordable open platform selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D printer for industrial use. It provides a 24 hour cycle speed using a single 30 Watt CO2 laser to produce prototypes with robust mechanical and thermal properties. In addition to a broad range of high-temp thermoplastic materials, it excels with recycled powders from HP® and EOS.
Performance Polymers, Unlocked
We developed a disruptive open platform model attracting all the leading polymer suppliers. We have collaborations with the world’s leading material suppliers including Henkel, BASF, Evonik, and Arkema, unlocking the full potential of performance polymers tailored for faster, more economical design cycles and series production.
Open Material Platform
In addition to accepting recycled powder from HP and EOS, the QLS 230 currently has 10 qualified nylon powders, including a range of Polyamides, PP, PBT, TPU, as well as the patented metal powders from headmade materials®.
Cold Metal Fusion Compatible
Cold Metal Fusion by headmade materials® is a patented process that combines the advantages of fast cycle sintering with established powder metallurgy processes to create titanium and steel parts. Using a polymer-coated metal powder, the QLS 230 produces ‘green’ parts in a low temperature processing environment. Parts then go through a secondary debinding and sintering process that burns out any remaining polymer and sinters metal particles together to form final metal components.