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ASM GmbH delivers its first VX1 vapor smoothing systems for 3D-printed polymer components

Munich-based startup ASM GmbH has reached a significant milestone with the delivery of its compact VX1 vapor smoothing system for 3D-printed polymer components to its first customers. The VX1, unveiled at Formnext 2023, is already receiving positive feedback and consolidating its position as a pioneer in the industry.

The VX1 combines user-friendly operation, compact design, cost efficiency and environmental awareness and offers an optimal entry-level solution for vapor smoothing of additively manufactured polymer parts. With a recommended treatment area of 180 x 220 x 350 mm and a process chamber that can even accommodate larger components such as helmets, the VX1 sets new standards. It initially supports the material PA12, while support for PA11, TPU and polypropylene is planned for later in the year. The treatment agent is handled using material-specific cartridges.

“The VX1 is an optimal entry-level solution for the vapor smoothing of additively manufactured polymer components, which is equally suitable for desktop powder printers and industrial printers,” says Managing Director Dr. Jakob Neuhäuser. This versatile and effective solution enables ASM GmbH’s customers to achieve a cost-effective yet high-quality surface treatment for their 3D-printed components.


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