The VX4000 is the largest 3D printing system for sand molds in the world, with a contiguous footprint of 4 x 2 x 1 meters. The VX4000 is unrivaled in terms of build volume. Unlike the smaller 3D printing systems from voxeljet, the VX4000 uses an innovative and patented layer construction process that ensures consistent shift times, maximum precision and component quality, even for high-volume production orders and smaller component series.
In terms of flexibility and reproducibility the VX4000 is in a class of its own. If large-format special shapes or smaller parts in series quality are required, the VX4000 offers both the installation space and the precision and speed to produce them efficiently and cost-effectively. With a bidirectional print head technology, the VX4000 is able to print the entire construction field of 4 meters length and 2 meters width in only two passes.
By using foundry-standard materials, 3D-printed forms can be seamlessly integrated into existing value chains. The VX4000 uses furan resin optimized for 3D printing and standardized quartz sand/silica. The print head works with a resolution of up to 200 dpi and can therefore reproduce even the most complex component geometries precisely and to an extremely small margin. Ideal for supplementing existing production or for cushioning volatile production peaks.
As a robust 3D printer, the VX4000 is ideally suited for demanding, industrial applications in a multi-shift operation. The VX4000 is capable of processing enormous volumes, thanks to an innovative and adapted printing process, the weight of the operating resources is not transferred to the sensitive machine components.