ExOne's updated Quick Ship #metal3Dprinting service is now offering precision parts in 316L and 17-4PH. Delivery in 10-15 business days, depending on part size, and other requirements. Upload your digital file for an instant quote.
The five projects funded by Manufacturing PA will help ExOne resolve challenges related to printing irregular and porous powders, as well as sintering and identifying parts that can best benefit from binder jet 3D printing, among other projects.
Learn from the world’s top binder jetting researcher as they discuss how they're using the ExOne Innovent 3D printer to develop unique materials, applications and processes for the sustainable additive manufacturing technology of the future
The ExOne Company and the University of Pittsburgh have partnered to develop reusable metal filters that fit into a specially designed respirator cartridge for sustainable, long-term protection against contaminants, such as COVID-19.
Metal 3D printing is on its way to the production line, and high-speed binder jetting is the additive manufacturing process that will make it a reality. ExOne has been the market share leader in binder jet 3D printers since it was founded as the “ProMetal” division of Extrude Hone in 1995.
ExOne and the University of Pittsburgh have partnered to develop reusable metal filters that fit into a specially designed respirator cartridge for sustainable, long-term protection against contaminants, such as COVID-19.
During these uncertain times, we wanted to assure you that the ExOne business will remain as open and engaged as possible to support our customers, partners, and companies looking for binder jet 3D printing solutions.
Accelerated timelines, fast design changes and low volumes — in many ways, 3D printing is the right market for 3D printing. ExOne’s newest generation of machines includes parts vacuum formed on 3D printed tools developed by Catalysis Additive Tooling.
It may not be an important distinction to every 3D printer manufacturer. But at ExOne, we’re proud to say binder jetting systems are cited in close to 100 peer-reviewed technical and scientific articles.
ExOne has licensed from the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) a patent-pending method of 3D printing aluminum-infiltrated boron carbide (B4C) collimators and other components used in neutron imaging.
The ExOne Company (Nasdaq: XONE) (“ExOne”), the global leader in industrial sand and metal 3D printers using binder jetting technology, today launched a new marketing initiative that will emphasize its leadership position and focus on helping industrial customers solve problems.