Jan 8, 2018 | By Tess

As CES 2018 kicks off in Las Vegas this week, there is sure to be a ton of exciting 3D printing news coming at us. Italian 3D printing company DWS Systems, for instance, has announced it will be presenting its range of stereolithography 3D printing systems and materials at the event to attract potential clients and resellers.

Perhaps most excitingly, the company will be showcasing its fully automated stereolithography manufacturing cell at the consumer electronics event. The system, called XCELL 3D, is the company’s first automated 3D printing cell which is capable of turning out parts with the easy push of a button.

The XCELL 3D printing system is equipped with DWS’ newly patented Tilted Stereolithography (TSLA) printing technology, which offers high-speed and high-precision printing as well as post-processing steps. In other words, the all-in-one machine is capable of printing parts, washing and curing them all without human intervention. The company says its automated system can be used for producing jewelry, dental parts, direct casting molds, and more.

DWS is also unveiling its newest product, the XPRO S industrial-grade, large-format 3D printer, at CES 2018. The new machine, which is available starting at $110,100, has a build volume of 300 x 300 x 300 mm and integrates the company’s O30X quad-laser system. The company adds that the XPRO S is compatible with a range of materials including DWS’ ABS-like, polypropylene-like, and rubber-like resins, and more.

In addition to its range of 3D printing products, DWS recently expanded its business into the North American market by opening a Customer Experience Center in California based at XponentialWorks, an additive manufacturing venture firm led by Avi Reichental. It has also put money into a North American facility and will be conduction sales and marketing coverage across the continent in the hopes of bringing on reselling partners.

"With its expanded automotive and 3D printing focus, CES 2018 is the best venue for us to showcase our most advanced professional additive manufacturing systems," commented Maurizio Costabeber, DWS’ general manager. "We are taking bold steps to make additive manufacturing 4.0 real and affordable to automotive, aerospace and durable goods users through our groundbreaking new products and our geographic expansion into North America.”

CES 2018 participants and visitors will also be able to see DWS’s extended range of desktop 3D printing systems, including several new models. These include the XFAB 2000, XFAB 2500, and XFAB 3500, three new printers that will be part of DWS’ professional-grade XFAB printer family.

“The expanded XFAB family is based on DWS's award winning XFAB desktop platform,” said the company. “It is equipped with the proprietary integrated materials and vat management, and the new generation of BluEdge laser.”

DWS is just one of many 3D printing companies present at CES 2018 this week. Stay tuned for more updates from the event.



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