There is no denying that large-format sand and polymer binder jetting 3D printer manufacturer voxeljet has not had an easy time fully exploiting it’s hardware’s market potential. The company is too large to be as streamlined as a startup and not large enough to move the marketing muscle of the HP’s and EOS’s of the polymer AM world. And not Silicon Valley enough to move investors as Carbon does.
The new VX1000 HSS could change all this, giving voxeljet a real and significant technological advantage over the competition: no one else has yet built a system capable of printing this much and this fast. The VX1000 HSS is the first of its kind. It is a high-performance 3D printing system for additive manufacturing of polymers. Designed for continuous use in industrial production. Automatable and highly productive, the VX1000 HSS is an economically viable alternative to conventional plastic injection molding. […]
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