Press release

voxeljet and Its Partners Present New Additive Mass Manufacturing Technology

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voxeljet AG (NYSE: VJET) (the “Company”, or “voxeljet”), a leading
provider of high-speed, large-format 3D printers and on-demand parts
services to industrial and commercial customers, today announced that
VJET X, its new technology for additive mass manufacturing, will be
presented to the public for the first time at next week’s GIFA show in
Germany. GIFA is the world’s leading trade fair for casting technology
and takes place from 25 to 29 June 2019 in Duesseldorf, Germany.

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VJET X 3D Printer for Additive Mass Manufacturing (Photo: Business Wire)

VJET X 3D Printer for Additive Mass Manufacturing (Photo: Business Wire)

VJET X for Automotive Serial Production

  • Integrated into conventional casting lines, VJET X printers are
    believed to be the most powerful additive manufacturing technology for
    the cost-efficient serial-production of complex sand cores for the
    casting of metal components.
  • VJET X printers are 10x faster than previous models, which results in
    a layering speed of less than 5 seconds.
  • Inorganic binder system for zero emissions during core printing,
    storage and when using the sand cores in the casting process.
  • Integrated into fully automated handling systems for pre- and
    postprocesses like loading and unloading of the 3D printers; cleaning
    of the printed parts via robotic systems; transport of sand cores to
    casting lines.

A new process unit is at the heart of VJET X and makes additive mass
manufacturing possible. It is a combination of multiple printing and
recoating units which move with unparalleled speed (layer time below
five seconds). It is believed to be the most advanced piece of
technology in the additive manufacturing industry. The new technology,
to be first commercialized with a premium German car manufacturer and
integrated into conventional casting lines, can for example be used in
the additive mass manufacturing of complex water jacket cores in metal
casting applications. Water jacket cores are used for the precise
temperature management in not only internal combustion engines, but also
electric motors, inverters and battery systems. Efficient temperature
management improves overall vehicle performance. Together with its
industrial partners, voxeljet will present the new VJET X and VX1000-S
printers at the GIFA show from 25 to 29 June 2019 in Duesseldorf

Presentation at GIFA Show

For further information and a live demonstration at GIFA in Duesseldorf
please get in contact with
or +49 821 7483 172.

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