Axtra3D’s New 3D Printing Technology Hailed as “Best Revolutionary Innovation” at Formnext 2021 | News


CHARLOTTE, North Carolina, December 17, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Axtra3D, Founded by Seasoned Innovators in the 3D Printing Industry, Unveiled New Hybrid PhotoSynthesis (HPS) Technology and Lumia 3D Printer at the Largest 3D Printing Trade Show in the world— Formnext, in Frankfurt, germany, in late November, and received rave reviews from consumers and industry analysts.

3D Printing Industry Magazine writes: “You’d be forgiven for being skeptical of a technology that claims to harness all the benefits of SLA, DLP, and LCD 3D printing in one machine; however, this is exactly what the new start-up AXTRA3D has with its new Hybrid PhotoSynthesis (HPS) technology.

The 3D printing media network expresses a similar sentiment: “… Some entirely new polymer additive manufacturing technologies debuted at Formnext 2021. Probably the most interesting new product of the entire show was presented by the startup Axtra3D. “

Axtra3D accomplishes what experts considered impossible.

The startup’s new technology combined the following benefits and ended the long-standing need for compromise:

  • Outperforms DLP / LCD resolution while providing industrial grade SLA print area.
  • Prints at DLP / LCD speed while matching / exceeding SLA surface quality.
  • Simultaneously enables continuous printing and isotropic part performance.

Participants salute the technology with praise.

Gianluca Mattaroccial, Engineering Fellow at The Estée Lauder Companies, received a demo of the technology and posted it on his LinkedIn page, writing: “Print at the speed of DLP with the surface quality of SLA; this is by far the best advance. innovation at formnext2021. Congratulations to the Axtra3D team. “

News of the new HPS technology quickly spread and the co-founders of Axtra3D, Gianni Zitelli and Praveen Tummala, were delighted with the enthusiastic response. “We have been quietly developing HPS for a long time. It was great to see the interest and inquiries we received from attendees and the media. We are convinced that HPS has the power to transform 3D printing and our experience at Formnext confirms that this technology is a game-changer for the industry ”, says the CEO of Axtra3D, Gianni Zitelli.

According to TCT Magazine, “Axtra3D combines the advantages of SLA, DLP and LCD 3D printing with the new hybrid photosynthesis technology … bringing together the advantages of each of these resin-based 3D printing techniques, the Lumia promises a large surface area construction, continuous printing, high-resolution, speed and surface quality, and isotropic performance of the parts. This marriage of processes means that the layers of the parts are cured by a projector while the edges of the parts are cured with a laser. .

Axtra3D’s innovative HPS technology is poised to revolutionize additive manufacturing and 3D printing, and the strong and positive response from the industry is a clear indicator of this.

About Axtra3D

Axtra3D is a technology company specializing in the development of advanced additive manufacturing solutions, involving optoelectronics. Axtra3D is dedicated to transforming the 3D printing industry with one-of-a-kind technology that provides solutions to productivity and manufacturing challenges in various industrial sectors; including healthcare, both medical and dental, and manufacturing of all kinds, including industrial, consumer, design, automotive, aerospace and functional prototyping. Axtra3D’s first product, the Lumia 3D printer with HPS technology, combines the speed and resolution of DLP 3D printing with the surface quality and print area of ​​SLA, delivering a whole new experience 3D printing with reliable, scalable, high speed and fine resolution 3D printing – all in one machine. Axtra3D was founded by seasoned leaders in the 3D printing industry, Gianni Zitelli and Praveen Tummala, and is headquartered in the United States with R&D and manufacturing in Vicenza, Italy. To learn more or for a free demo, visit

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