- WAV, a new large build area industrial manufacturing process with projected speeds of 4x, 8x, and 24x+ of current additive manufacturing photopolymerization systems
CRYSTAL LAKE, Illinois (May, 8, 2017) – Paxis LLC, announced the launch of their new company and its pioneering additive manufacturing and 3D printing WAV technology. An entirely new, scalable, industrial additive manufacturing technology, WAV (Wave Applied Voxel) is designed to conquer the limitations of existing technologies, with projected speeds of 4x, 8x, 24x+ of the fastest large vat systems on the market. WAV has exponentially upgradeable speeds with modular hardware expansions, all while yielding a lower cost of operation.
The patent pending WAV process by Paxis is an entirely new technology imagined and designed from the ground up, by a small team within CIDEAS Inc. (buildparts.com), an industrial 3D printing service bureau, with its roots dating back to 1998.
Mike Littrell, founder of Paxis LLC and co-inventor of WAV stated, “WAV’s large build area and truly unique production method is ideal for large investment casting masters, large parts and large batch builds of smaller parts built on one platform.
“WAV (pronounced wave) is a truly scalable, modular industrial additive manufacturing technology, which is expandable in both build size and speed. The attributes of the WAV process will allow resin developers to re-think material development which was hindered by the limitations of previous technologies.”
Paxis is currently seeking investment partners. For more information visit www.paxis.com.
About Paxis LLC
Paxis LLC was founded in 2016 by Mike Littrell. With nearly 20 years experience in the additive manufacturing industry, Paxis is the second company to be formed by Littrell. For more information on the WAV additive manufacturing process and technology, visit www.paxis.com.
About CIDEAS Inc.
Since 1998 CIDEAS Inc. has been providing 3D printing and additive manufacturing services. Utilizing over 30 in-house machines, CIDEAS offers all major processes under one roof, including; SLA, SLS, FDM, CLIP, PolyJet, as well as a variety of part finishing options and urethane castings. In early 2017, CIDEAS Inc. expanded its capabilities with two 3D Systems ProX800 machines, a Stratasys J750 and a Carbon M1. www.buildparts.com
Source: PAXIS LLC