Nexa3D formed a new reseller partnership with 3D DDS, a 3D dental distributor, installer, technical service, and training company. This strategic collaboration will combine Nexa3D’s LSPc 3D printing technology with 3D DDS’s training, personalized technical support, backup print services, and custom workflow management integration tools to deliver part quality, throughput, and performance.
Based in Alpharetta, Georgia, 3D DDS has over 20 years of experience in 3D manufacturing for the dental industry, being an early pioneer of Nobel scanners and CAD/CAM systems. The company is one of the leading digital dental companies, providing end-to-end workflow solutions, integrated design, and technical services for dental labs, dental offices, and on-demand manufacturers. Its services include product sales and guidance, technical support and training, design and print services, and printer and material validation. 3D DDS delivers support across the entire additive manufacturing process — from design and technical support to materials — and shares Nexa3D’s belief in providing dedicated support throughout the manufacturing process.
“We are looking forward to introducing the complete line of Nexa3D solutions to our clients”, explained Colin Barnhard, founder and CEO of 3D DDS. “The Nexa3D ecosystem produces high-quality parts quickly and consistently. I look forward to continuing the great collaborative effort between our teams so that we can continue to refine and improve the ecosystem to offer the best solution available.
” As a new partner and reseller, 3D DDS will be supplying Nexa3D’s dental portfolio alongside dedicated support for its customers. Its customers can therefore benefit from the NXD 200 photo plastic printer, which comes with an 8.5 L build volume measuring 275 x 155 x 200 mm. 3D DDS will also offer Nexa3D’s xWASHwashing station and the xCURE post-processing system to help dental customers streamline their 3D printing and post-processing operations.
“By collaborating with 3D DDS, Nexa3D’s NXD 200 users can be confident that they will have one of the leading technical support, digital design, and workflow management companies behind them,” explained Jim Zarzour, Head of Dental Solutions at Nexa3D.“With both companies prioritizing customer service, customers should be safe in the knowledge that they will be taken care of as they integrate our machines into their manufacturing process.”
The news follows a recent announcement with materials provider Keystone, which saw the validation of four KeyPrint resins as compatible with the NXD 200. These materials will make ultrafast 3D printing a reality for more dentists and dental technicians, bringing the benefits of quality and comfort to a growing number of patients. Nexa3D will be hosting a webinar on November 9 at 1 pm EST on how ultrafast 3D printing technology can maximize return on investments in dental applications.