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A colourful programme for the EuroMold


voxeljet will be going to Frankfurt with a lot of innovations and exciting news. The introduction of two new 3D printers, the original model of the Aston Martin DB5 from the new James Bond film Skyfall, along with an original competition, means that a visit to the trade fair stand (hall 11.0, stand E 62) will become not just an informative but also entertaining experience.

The highlight of this year's trade fair presence is the premiere of the world's first continuous 3D printer VXC800. This printer runs the building and unpacking processes in parallel without interruptions – an innovation that will garner a lot of attention at the EuroMold. With the VX200, which is also new, voxeljet will be presenting another product innovation that will likely become the first choice for situations that require a very compact 3D printer at a reasonable purchase price.

"We are always expanding our range of industry-ready 3D printers. From the compact printer VX200 and proven industry machines VX500 and VX1000 to the large-format printer VX4000 and the top innovation VXC800, our range is broad enough to accommodate almost every customer requirement," says Dr. Ingo Ederer, CEO of voxeljet.

At the same time, it is also quite possible that an exhibit of a different kind will become a big favourite with the audience: the true-to-original model of the Aston Martin DB5, which is used in the new James Bond film Skyfall. voxeljet printed a total of three plastic models of the DB5 on its precision machines, using an impressive scale of 1:3. Now that shooting for the film has ended, one of these models can be viewed at the voxeljet trade fair stand.

And visitors to the stand can expect yet another surprise: By participating in an original competition, participants can win a bust of their own portrait, which will be made on a 3D printer. To see how it works, visit the voxeljet trade fair stand...

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