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The VX1000 is a robust and popular industrial 3D printing system. Our VX1000 can print medium-sized sand molds and cores for metal casting to investment casting patterns and high-performance ceramic components. The VX1000 can process all common voxeljet material systems, depending on the material configuration. The construction volume of 1000 x 600 x 500 mm, is ideally suited for the cost-effective production of prototypes as well as small and medium-sized series orders.

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The multi material 3D printer

VX1000 allows the processing of furan or phenolic resin binders and is therefore compatible with various quartz sands and ceramic special sands and ceramics for mold and core production. When the production of investment casting models is required, the 3D printing system with the PMMA material set offers a suitable solution. The 3D-printed models behave like conventional wax patterns and can be seamlessly integrated into existing production chains, whether for flexible prototype construction or dynamic small-series production.

Precision down to the finest detail

High-precision piezoelectric print heads and durable machine components work with the highest precision and quality even at peak loads. Thus, the VX1000 meets even the highest requirements in terms of dimensional accuracy and tolerance both in investment and sand casting and regardless of the geometric complexity of the component.

Material diversity

The building volume of 1000 x 600 x 500 mm of the VX1000 can be optimally utilized for optimized unit costs. The components are printed in a powder bed and they are automatically stabilized and fixed by unbound powder. The VX1000 can reliably produce even the most filigree component geometries with optimized reject rates.


The coater applies thin layers of powder material on the building platform, which are then selectively bonded by the print head. These steps are repeated until the product is built up. In practice, several products are usually produced in a single job box to make the best possible use of these.


Binder Jetting is a 3D printing process in which powder material applied in thin layers is selectively bonded to a binder.


In the Binder Jetting process, the system software breaks down the shape defined in the CAD data into thousands of thin layers that make up the mold. Even complex bionic internal structures or products linked together without contact can be produced in this process.


After the printing process, the printed components are freed from unglued material and prepared for further processing. voxeljet materials are resource-friendly and unglued powder residues can be fed back into the production cycle, depending on the material system.

Large-format prototypes can be very expensive in tooling costs. The VX1000 accompanies you in every phase of development. Components for design, ergonomics or technical function evaluation are available quickly. Extremely economical - fast and precise in detail.

Special orders or individual series are often associated with high tool costs. With the VX1000, you can print molds and components without tools and on-demand 3D. This is a sensible and cost-efficient alternative, especially for small series.

Whether as an own series or to strengthen the implemented production. Thanks to the high volume of the job box and the high printing speed, the VX1000 can also handle medium-sized series jobs with ease and in top quality. This applies in particular to components or component groups that can be arranged several times in the Job box of the VX1000. This capability has also proven itself in practice as a flexible element to accompany conventional production lines. For example, for quickly cushioning volatile production peaks or in the flexible production of component variants in smaller quantities.

Technical Specification


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