VX4000: The world's biggest industrial 3D printer — ideal for very large components and high productivity
- 3D printing system for quickly and economically producing very large individual molds, a large number of small-series components or a combination of the two
- High-volume output for maximum productivity and flexibility
- Largest cohesive build space for sand molds on the market: 4,000 x 2,000 x 1,000 mm
- Continuous printing
- Resolution of up to 300 dpi possible
The VX4000 is the world's biggest industrial 3D printing system for sand molds including the cohesive build space of 4,000 x 2,000 x 1,000 mm (LxWxH). The machine is very fast, easy to operate and permits the economical production of very large individual molds, many small-series components or a combination of the two. The VX4000 ensures high productivity and flexibility, due to its large volume. The layering process was specially adapted for this printer. Instead of lowering the building platform during the printing process, the print head is raised with each layer. The machine can thus easily support the heavy weight of the building platform, which can also be quickly replaced via a rail. As a result, the VX4000 can print almost continuously. Sand can be used as the particulate material. The VX4000's print head system can achieve a resolution of up to 300 dpi. A layer applied in one cycle is 300 µm thick.
High-tech engineered in Germany:
Like all of voxeljet's 3D printing systems, the VX4000 is ideal for producing complex components and prototypes fully automatically and without tools. Thanks to the continuous printing process and high build speed, these printers are the right choice for fast and flexible production under industrial conditions. Their rugged design makes them durable and suitable for continuous operation. The machines are developed in Germany and manufactured with a high degree of vertical integration.