VX500 - the versatile prototype specialist

The VX500 is a 3D printer for industrial applications that has been tried and tested many times over in practice. These machines can be found wherever there is a demand for the straightforward production of prototypes and models. Despite their compact dimensions, they captivate with the features of a high-performance printer, such as multi-jet print heads, integrated material handling and job boxes. The machine is very fast, easy to operate and permits cost-effective production of both individual parts and small series alike.

Plastic can be used as the particulate material. The machine's build space measures 500 x 400 x 300 mm. The VX500's print head system can achieve a resolution of up to 600 dpi. The thickness of a layer applied in one cycle is 150 µm. In addition, the VX500 concept is resource-friendly: In plastic processes, the unprinted particulate material is recyclable.

Highlights of the VX500

  • Proven 3D printing system for fast and economical production of small individual molds and cores
  • Highly detailed plastic models (PMMA) with a high surface quality up to 500 mm in length
  • Well thought-out ergonomic concept for easy operation
  • Resolution of up to 600 dpi
  • An excellent choice for investment casting foundries and development departments
Outer dimensions LxWxH        1,750 x 1,850 x 2,100 mm
Installation space LxWxH*8,000 x 6,500 x 2,800 mm
Weight1,200 kg

*Installation space incl. peripherals

Build space LxWxH500 x 400 x 300 mm
Print resolution x, y             up to 600 dpi
Ambient temperature              22 ± 2 °C
Rel. humidity    55 ± 5 %

High-tech engineered in Germany

Like all of voxeljet's 3D printing systems, the VX500 is ideal for producing complex components and prototypes fully automatically and without tools. It meets optimum prerequisites for fast and flexible production under industrial conditions, thanks to its continuous printing process and high building speeds.  Its rugged design gives the VX500 a particularly long service life. The machines are developed and built in Germany.