voxeljet presents new VX 1000 3D printer at Euromold

voxeljet technology is coming to this year's EuroMold in Frankfurt with a true highlight. The Augsburg-based company will be celebrating the world premiere of the VX 1000 3D printer at its fair stand E62 in Hall 11. Visitors to the trade fair are invited to join them and experience the excellent performance of this new machine.

"The VX 1000 allows us to close the gap between our large-format machine VX 4000 and the proven VX 800 industrial printer. The VX 1000 features a large build space of 1060 x 600 x 500 millimetres, along with a compact design and high printing performance. With this new product, we now have a comprehensive product range that enables us to offer the most appropriate machine for virtually all requirements," says voxeljet COO Rudolf Franz.

The VX 1000 is designed as a high-performance machine. It features a high-performance print head that reaches a resolution of up to 600 dpi at a high build speed. The newly developed 3D printer sets the trend for the manufacture of different components and moulds. It is also possible to print complex geometries with undercuts that are true to detail and precise.

At the EuroMold trade fair stand, voxeljet highlights not only the speed and accuracy of the VX 1000, but also the fact that it is environmentally friendly. Here, the Augsburg firm is exhibiting the new machine in test operations using an inorganic binder. Thanks to this moulding material system, which was developed by Hüttenes-Albertus in conjunction with voxeljet, 3D printing is slated to become even more environmentally friendly. Interested visitors can obtain additional information about the benefits and disadvantages of inorganic binder directly from the voxeljet stand.

For more information, visit: www.voxeljet.de or www.euromold.com

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