VSPARTICLE scales up the manufacturing of flagship VSP-P1 Nanoprinters to 30 units in 2024

Due to increasing demand, VSPARTICLE is scaling up the production of the flagship VSP-P1 Nanoprinter to 30 units this year, a substantial rise from the 5 units produced since the product's launch in early 2023. This production increase aligns perfectly with the company’s commitment to advancing innovation in nanomaterials with extraordinary properties and addressing the world's urgent need for sustainable solutions.


"The initial demand for the P1 is exceeding our expectations, which is driving the growth of our manufacturing capacity as well as our support and logistics infrastructure. Our focus on delivering customer success together with our network of distributors across the globe enables our technology to make an impact on the key challenges of our time through the rapid development of new high-tech materials." - Tobias Coppejans, COO at VSPARTICLE 

By increasing the production capacity, we are laying a strong foundation for continued growth, innovation, and market leadership in the coming years.

“We anticipate on the high demand for our flagship VSP-P1. We are currently in contact with several leading universities and R&D institutes that are very interested in the capabilities of our nanoprinter for their scientific endeavors. Scaling up our manufacturing is not just about meeting present demand and delivering according to agreement; it is about preparing for future successes. ” - Alexander van Hessen, VP of Sales at VSPARTICLE 

VSPARTICLE is developing a unique technique to synthesize and deposit nanomaterials compared to existing deposition methods. This technique allows to directly produce a wide variety of nanoporous materials with high purity and an exceptional surface-to-volume ratio while having precise control over the composition of nanomaterials, layer thicknesses, and deposition rate of the materials involved. 

Nanoporous materials can be found in various forms, including films, membranes, powders, and bulk structures. They can be engineered to have specific pore sizes, shapes, and distributions, allowing for tailoring of their properties to suit desired applications. The ability to manipulate and engineer nanoporous materials opens up exciting avenues for innovation, enabling advancements in diverse scientific disciplines and technological applications. Read more about the application fields here.

In recent years, there has been a pressing demand to develop new value-added materials to address urgent global issues like climate change and energy transition. Collaboration plays a crucial role in advancing and widely adopting disruptive technologies aimed at tackling these challenges. By fostering partnerships among researchers and industry leaders, we can innovate and create impactful solutions to complex sustainability, healthcare, energy, and other global challenges.

We call out to all pioneering researchers and industry front-runners to join our mission of revolutionizing materials discovery, advancing sustainable technologies, and driving impactful change toward a better and greener future. Let’s bring our diverse expertise, resources, and perspectives together to accelerate innovation for a brighter tomorrow.