VX200 offers the highest degree of flexibility in terms of material development in the voxeljet system series. Whether new binder and powder combinations or the rapid production of components for property testing. The voxeljet open source software allows process parameters to be adapted to individual 3D printing materials. Thanks to the highly productive Binder Jetting 3D printing process, you save on material optimization and can implement initial design iterations faster and cost-effectively.
VX200 printer is predestined for use in research and development. The footprint of the VX200 means it can easily fit into smaller rooms while offering maximum efficiency and flexibility. This printer tests new multi-material sets quickly and easily.
Faster, more variants – without high upfront costs. Binder Jetting 3D printing offers the industry a competitive edge in all areas where speed and flexibility are required.
Time to market – Reduced development and production times in design and function enable you to bring your products to market much faster.
Geometric freedom – additive production removes the manufacturing limitations of conventional processes. Printable is what is constructively conceivable. Products are lighter, more efficient or simply go beyond the limits of what is currently possible.
Scaling – If larger components or higher quantities are required, you can easily transfer production within the voxeljet VX series to other, larger systems in the voxeljet VX series.
The high-resolution, piezoelectric print head modules offer the highest performance stability and – depending on the material – enable a resolution of up to 254 dpi. This enables the VX200 to realize even the most complex component geometries with impressive precision. Shorter delivery and development times are the result.
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.
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. Several products are usually produced in a single job box to make the best possible use of these.
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.
The high-resolution piezoelectric print head modules offer the highest performance stability and – depending on the material – allow a resolution of up to 254 dpi. This enables the VX200 to realize even the most complex component geometries with impressive precision.
With a footprint of 300 x 200 x 150 mm and open source software, the VX200 is ideal for materials development and 3D printing of small, complex parts.
3D printing already offers a broad portfolio of processable materials, but its full potential is far from being realized. The VX200 is the ideal platform for testing and qualifying new material and binder combinations for production. Once the parameters have been defined, the material set can easily be scaled up to a larger voxeljet production system.
Accelerated test piece availability shortens your development cycles. With fast 3D printing, you can quickly obtain parts for design, ergonomics or technical function evaluation.
Spare parts warehouses are capital tied up in the long term. With the VX200 you produce spare parts at short notice, as soon as they are needed, centrally or decentrally, as a single item or in small series and in the highest quality.