Polymer 3D printing Process High Speed Sintering (HSS)

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  • Published on Nov 8, 2017
  • voxeljet High Speed Sintering (HSS) process enables the tool-less production of functional prototypes and end user parts and sets new standards for rapid prototyping. The 3D printed components are suitable for a variety of applications such as product packaging or automotive interior design. The parts are characterized by precise sharpness of edges and flexibility. In addition, the VX200 HSS from voxeljet can be conveniently tailored to individual requirements and material properties.

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Comments • 7

  • John Theux
    John Theux 4 years ago +3

    if you look at sand-mold printers as metal printers you have records for the fastest, largest metal printer and the most durable parts with the widest choice of materials.
    Powder bed printers can also create extremely complicated parts.

    Now with this system you also have the fastest plastic printer, the printer that creates the strongest plastic parts (compatible with PEEK and carbon fiber reinforced plastics?) And the most complex and it is also one of the largest plastic printers

    basically the only three disadvantages of your printers are:

    the resolution
    post-treatment (especially for the metal to be poured) but this is not a problem in a factory that already has machining and casting equipment.
    no closed cells in the structures (powder need to be extract) so it isn't compatible with printed floatable parts

    and if I do not say nonsense you powder are 100% reusable against 50% for sls printers

    All that taken into account I think that your printers deserve the designation of '' best 3d printers of the world ''

    by the way, do you plan to make hss printing compatible with metal?

    • voxeljet
      voxeljet  4 years ago +1

      Hi John,

      Thank you for yout kind comment.

      With HSS, the focus remains on polymers for the time being.

      To the disadvantages:
      - Resolution is in no way inferior to other powder-based processes (e. g. SLS).
      - Post-processing also exists for other processes, but we still see further potential for optimization.

      I hope this helps. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us at info@voxeljet.de

      Best regards,

      Your voxeljet-Team

  • Adarsh Sunil
    Adarsh Sunil Year ago +1

    What is the difference between hss and multi jet fusion

  • Ilan Selinger
    Ilan Selinger Year ago +2

    is the narrator the Kurgestagt guy??

  • Maher Zax
    Maher Zax 4 years ago +2

    Wow thes is the futuer