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Kühling&Kühling to Unveil VP75 Additive Manufacturing System at Formnext

Following their HT500 3D printer, Germany-based open source hardware development and manufacturing company Kühling&Kühling is about to launch the VP75 Additive Manufacturing System at formnext in Frankfurt next week.

The large Delta 3D printer with FFF-Technology has a build volume of 75 litres, with a diameter of 400 and hight of 600 mm. According to the developers the machine can reach a material output of 100g per hour in its fully enclosed, heated and precisely controlled build environment. The print head is optimised for engineering grade materials and provides a live performance analysis through its ClogSense system.

Additionally, the ActuProbe system ensures 100% self-calibration of the print bed. The build surface can easily be exchanged thanks to its fixation technology. While a PEI sheet is included, a wide variety of substituting build surface materials up to 3 mm thickness can be used as well.

The 10″ touchscreen display user interface allows the user to control and monitor the printing process, with the help of an on-board diagnostics and process monitoring system.

Technical specifications:

  • Technology: FFF
  • Print Resolution: Min. layer thickness approx 0.05 mm
  • Filament: 1.75 mm (extensively tested with Polymaker PC filaments, more materials to be approved)
  • Build Volume: Ø 400 x 600mm (75 litre)
  • Print Head: high temperature, max. 500°C, 0.5 mm nozzle pre-installed, 0.75 mm nozzle available separately
  • Print Bed: up to 150°C
  • Print Chamber: actively heated build environment (up to 80°C)
  • Software: Free and Open Source slicing software
  • Network: Ethernet 10/100, RJ45
  • OS: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux
  • Dimensions: 800 x 740 x 2200 mm
  • Weight: approx. 250 kg

Kühling&Kühling will offer the VP75 3D printer including a 12 months extended warranty and along with 24 months service contracts including technical support and on-site service.


The company will also launch the second generation of their HT500 3D printer at formnext, boasting increased printing speed and positional accuracy as well as enhanced maintainability.

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