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Blueprint announces 3D printing partnership with Nexa3D!

By February 18, 2023May 15th, 2023NEWS, What's New

Discover our exciting new range of Nexa3D dental printers!

We’re really excited to announce a new strategic partnership for the UK dental sector with Nexa3D, the maker of ultrafast professional and industrial polymer 3D printers. The partnership will combine Blueprint’s extensive sales and service experience in the dental laboratory market with Nexa3D’s end-to-end validated workflow for arguably the highest accuracy 3D printing solution for dental labs available today.

The new XiP Professional Desktop printer is built on Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc®) Technology, allowing users to print at fabulous speeds of up to 18 cm per hour. Its 4.8L build volume, unrivalled speed and an open material platform make it accessible to every dental professional looking to 3D print dental products.


Our Sales & Marketing Director, Sharaz Mir, commented. “Digital dentistry workflows are playing an increasingly critical role in every aspect of dental laboratory life and we recognise the need to provide the UK market with accurate, reliable 3D printing solutions which have the capability of speedily producing a wide range of dental products.”

“Adding Nexa3D’s high throughput 3D dental printers to our portfolio, together with a wide range of high performing dental resins, enables us to serve the UK laboratory market with the highest standard equipment, consumables and technical support.”

Business Development Manager for Labs, Alan Wright added.

“The new XiP Desktop 3D Printer prints up to 6 flat models in under 30 minutes. The range also offers a wash & cure unit which is also simple to use, allowing you to print at scale with confidence and ease.”


For more information, please complete the form below or contact: Alan Wright, Business Development Manager – Labs, Blueprint Dental Ltd on 07904 413 211

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