By investing in two new 3D printers, voxeljet is expanding the capacity of the company's service centre, which is among Europe's largest operations for the on-demand production of sand moulds and functional models made of plastic. "We are adding two high-performance printers to our current machinery fleet to meet increasing demand. We want to continue to provide our customers with reliable service that meets their requirements, in addition to offering short lead times and a high level of quality", says voxeljet COO Rudolf Franz.
The addition of two printers, including a VX1000, not only increases capacities but also provides a needs-appropriate optimisation of build space dimensions. The VX1000 is voxeljet's newest generation high-performance printer that offers excellent printing quality and covers a broad spectrum of services thanks to its large build space, which measures 1060 x 600 x 500 millimetres.
The VXC800 is the world's first continuously operating 3D printer. It establishes a completely new generation of machines that allows the building and unpacking process steps to run at the same time, without having to interrupt the operations of the system. The system supports virtually any mould length, with a build space width of 850 mm and a height of 500 mm. The two machines ensure that the voxeljet service centre is operating with state-of-the-art equipment.