Comparing the potential & limitations of binder jetting vs. MIM

3DAdept Magazine compares the potential and limitations of binder jetting and MIM in manufacturing and explain why metal binder jetting is taking off as a new manufacturing technology.

ExOne and Siemens Partner to Bring Industry 4.0 to Industrial 3D Printing

The new partnership will benefit will benefit industrial customers in the foundry, aerospace, automotive, energy and other markets.

ExOne Presents New S-Max Pro™ Industrial 3D Printer

ExOne Presents New S-Max Pro™ Industrial 3D Sand Printer at the 2019 GIFA Fair

New ExOne Initiative Emphasizes Industrial 3D Printing Leadership, Customer Relationships

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.

ExOne Announces Kennametal Partnership

ExOne announced its initial X1 25PRO™ beta machine partnership with Kennametal Inc. (NYSE: KMT), a global leader in material science, tooling and wear-resistant solutions.

Sandvik Additive Manufacturing

ExOne further strengthened material collaboration with Sandvik Additive Manufacturing, a division in the high-tech global engineering Sandvik Group.

Material Partnership Program

New material partnership program makes further advancements in metal binder jet additive manufacturing.

Oak Ridge National Lab

Collaboration with Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) drives further advancements in 3D binder jetting additive manufacturing.

2018 Q4 Results

The ExOne Company Reports 2018 Fourth Quarter Results


Collaboration with Catalysis Additive Tooling in the development of a new process for 3D printed tooling for low-to-medium volume production parts

X1 25PRO™

ExOne announces the release of its newest system, the X1 25PRO

ISO Certification

The ExOne Company is proud to announce that it is now ISO 9001:2015 certified at its St. Clairsville Research Facility.

304L Stainless Steel

304L stainless steel is now a printable material through ExOne's Production Service Center (“PSC”) in North Huntingdon, PA and as a qualified material on its printers.


Based on the Innovent platform, the Innovent+ has increased powder handling capabilities.