VXC800: the first continuous 3D printer
Brief technical features:
- First continuously working 3D printer
- Conventional 3D printing process
- Build space: 850 mm x 500 mm
- Compact design
- Layer thicknesses from 150 µm to 400 µm
- High-defintion voxeljet print head with a resolution of 600 dpi
- Simultaneous building and unpacking without interrupting the operation
- Printing process on a level tilted to the horizontal
- Horizontal belt conveyor
The world's first continuous 3D printer
The VXC800 is the world's first continuous 3D printer. This innovation 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. This leap in technology has become possible thanks to a novel patent pending design with a horizontal belt conveyor that controls the layer building. The layers are built at the entrance of the belt conveyor, while the unpacking takes place at the exit. The finished component can simply be removed from the rear end of the system when it has gone through the entire material.
There are virtually no restrictions with respect to the length of the moulds. The width and height of the build space are 850 x 500 mm. The VXC800 works with a 600 dpi high-definition print head and layer thicknesses ranging from 150 µm to 400 µm. The printed models offer a high degree of detail and excellent surface quality.