Category Archives: Ingo Ederer

Voxeljet reports latest financial results

Voxeljet, a German 3D printer manufacturer, has announced financial results for Q3 2018. According to the report, total revenues decreased from €7.12m in Q3 2017 to €7.39m for the current reporting period, a fall of 3.6%. It further shows a general decline in the Systems segment of voxeljet, whereas the Service segment has shown an […]

voxeljet reports steady growth of 3D printing with €23 million revenue for FY2017

voxeljet (FRA:VX8A) continues 3D printing financial results season reporting for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2017. Reporting a 3.8% increase on the €22.3 million revenue for FY2016, voxeljet reported revenue of €23.1 million for FY2017. This final figure is marginally lower than the €26.0 million to €28.0 million range announced in an earlier preliminary report […]

voxeljet launches PolyPor C2 advanced plastic 3D printing process

Industrial 3D printer manufacturer voxeljet (FRA:VX8A), headquartered in Germany, has announced the release of a new plastic 3D printing process for its VX200 system. The technology, named PolyPor C2 (PPC²), is an improvement on the company’s existing PolyPor B (PPB) process, primarily used to make investment castings for metal components. The main benefits of the new system […]

First High Speed Sintering 3D printer unveiled by voxeljet

On schedule with rumors from 2016, voxeljet, a German provider of large-format 3D printers and end-user solutions, is set to release its first High Speed Sintering (HSS) 3D printer. According to Christian Traeger, Director of Sales & Marketing at voxeljet, the potential scalability of the process makes HSS “even more productive compared to other additive […]

voxeljet 3D Printing Service to Open in Michigan

(3DPrintingIndustry) voxeljet, which became publicly traded last year, is establishing its first U.S. facility in Canton, Michigan. The company’s CEO, Dr. Ingo Ederer, explains, “The decision to place voxeljet’s first US service center in Michigan is based on the proximity of the site to potential customers in the Midwest region that form a significant part of the U.S. automobile industry and its supply chain. While voxeljet’s customers span a range of industries, the auto industry is currently the heaviest user of our 3D printing technology.” The service center should be up and running in the third quarter of 2014, bringing fifteen to twenty jobs to the region within the first three years. Upon its completion, voxeljet will have the capability to produce on-demand parts, moulds, cores and models for a variety of industries.

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