ExOne Industries Seatbelt Prototype
  • Aerospace


    Scale, accuracy and speed — a powerful combination.

    3D printing is able to fulfill many of the needs of the aerospace industry, particularly with the production of printed sand molds and cores for prototype and production castings and printed metal components utilizing ExOne’s nickel-based superalloy, Alloy IN 625. Build sizes for printing parts, which are as large as 1800 x 1000 x 700 mm (70 x 39 x 29 in), provide greater opportunities to the aerospace industry to design parts.

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  • Automotive


    Decrease time to market for new component designs.

    The automotive industry has been an early adopter of additive manufacturing, integrating ExOne 3D printing systems into production floors across the globe for rapid prototyping of engines and engine components, transmission housings and more. Applications include cylinder heads, intake manifolds and engine blocks. It is also used within the development cycle of engines for passenger cars and race engines.

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  • Decorative / Art

    Decorative / Art

    Design without constraints for artists and industrial distributors of decorative products.

    ExOne partners with industrial distributors of art and decorative products, such as plumbing fixture and decorative hardware manufacturers, 3D printing service bureaus and major online retailers to produce custom finished products that fuse imagination and technology. ExOne technology removes traditional manufacturing constraints, offering industrial designers and artists virtually unlimited design freedom.

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  • Education


    Integrate 3D printing into higher education curriculum.

    ExOne provides universities and colleges with a unique selection of 3D Printers that allow students to gain experience in research and workforce skill development. As part of ExOne’s education initiative, universities have partnered with ExOne to develop research on materials and printing practices.

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  • Energy


    Improve wear and efficiency with printed metal parts and sand cores.

    ExOne has partnered with many customers in the energy sector for 3D printing applications used in oil and gas drilling, mining and renewable energy sources. By binder jetting with ExOne materials, in particular the 420 stainless steel / bronze metal matrix, energy companies have produced parts which have demonstrated drastically increased wear resistance in the field. Multi-piece assemblies can be recreated in one piece through 3D printing and more efficient designs can be achieved, without the limitations of traditional manufacturing processes.

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  • Foundries & Pattern Shops

    Foundries & Pattern Shops

    Customer needs can be met with agility and ease.

    ExOne partners with foundries and pattern shops to expand their business model by integrating 3D printing technology for prototype and low-volume production of sand molds and cores for castings.The ability to cast traditional metals for industry, such as light metals, non-ferrous metals, cast iron and steel, as well as print with foundry-friendly materials for sand molds and cores, means no foundry changes are required.

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  • Heavy Equipment

    Heavy Equipment

    Heavy-duty components with the advantages of flexible design.

    Parts used in heavy equipment require industrial-grade materials and parts that will stand up to hard use. Pressure for innovation, increased efficiencies, and reduced lead times are driving design engineers and plant managers to utilize 3D printing for the benefits of significant time and cost savings, as well as the ability to create comparable heavy-duty components with the advantages of flexible design.

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  • Research & Development

    Research & Development

    Partnering with Students and Faculties around the U.S.

    As the use of 3D Printing grows, ExOne relies on its partnerships to research the best use of materials and methods for printing. ExOne engineers have worked closely with students and faculties to investigate those issues which play a pivotal role in the additive manufacturing industry.

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