Build volume (l x w x h)
(86.6 x 47.2 x 23.5 in.) x 2
(2200 x 1200 x 600 mm) x 2
Volume 131 ft³ (3,696 L)
Build speed 10.59-14.13 ft3/h (300 to 400 L/h) depending on sand grade
Layer thickness 0.011 in to 0.020 in. (280–500 μm)
Print resolution X/Y/Z 0.004 in. (100 μm)
External dimensions (l x w x h)

329.9 x 158.7 x 194.9 in.
(8380 x 4030 x 4950 mm)
Weight 26,456 lb (12000 kg)
Electrical requirements Exerial 400V 3-phase/N/PE/50-60 Hz, max. 21.5 kW
Electrical requirements Exerial
400V 3-phase/N/PE/50-60 Hz, max. 12.6 kW
Data interface x1c,x1i

ExerialTM Industrial Production 3D Printer

The Flagship for Industrial Series Production

Industrial series production of complex sand cores and molds is now possible using the Exerial™ 3D printer with two job boxes and a printing volume of 130.5 ft3 (3,696 L). Multiple Exerial™ printers can be linked together, forming a networked assembly system. This high degree of automation makes the Exerial™ printer ideal for mass production.

The ExOne® 3D printing process enables production of sand molds and cores direct from CAD files, without need for tooling or pattern storage. Use of specially-formulated industry materials such as silica and synthetic molding sand and binders, allows foundries to combine complex printed cores with their own conventional sand molds.


ExerialTM Features

The Flagship for Industrial Series Production

    • High Productivity

      2 large job boxes
      large cores and customer-specific series production
      simultaneous production of multiple jobs
      next generation printing and recoating system
      wide print head
      new control concept


      • Industrial Serial Production

        3 to 4 times the printing speed of the S-Max
        automated transport system
        several machines can be linked
        can connect existing manufacturing systems
        • High Accuracy

          high-precision printing process creates high-precision cores
          (compliance with tolerances down to ± 0.012 in./0.3 mm)
          • Design Freedom

            Design changes can be implemented immediately
            print detailed, precision cores
            • Varied Casting Applications

              Pour light metals, cast iron and steel, also non-ferrous metals
              Well-suited for aerospace, automotive, heavy equipment and energy industries
              Use of industry-standard, synthetic mold sand and binder, thus foundries can combine complex, printed cores with their own conventional sand molds
              • Simple to Use

                Easy to operate touchscreen interface
                Safety controls allow for quick start/stop
                Can connect with existing manufacturing systems

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