Attendees will learn all about this AM process, from the CAT File all the way through the casting process. You will be able to get insights into different binder types and insights on the day-to-day operation of an S-Max Furan binder jetting system told by 3D printing super-user, Nattinee Valun-araya, Head of Engineering at Speed 3D Mold.
The X1 25Pro metal printing system will be used in the Schunk Sinter Metals location in Thale, Germany, to provide serial production of sintered metal parts to automotive, aerospace, medical, and other customers.
The design research team is shaping the future of building design by remodeling granular materials such as concrete into new forms that show the potential for materials reuse and sustainable designs enabled by ExOne binder jet 3D printing.
In this 1h webinar, learn all about this AM process, from powders and design for binder jetting all the way through the final sintering process. You will be able to get insights into different material applications and the metal adoption process as well as get a glimpse of where the manufacturing revolution is heading with 3D printed materials.
International supplier of high-performance metal products for automotive and industrial markets, SSI Sintered Specialties purchases X1 160Pro™ and InnoventPro® 3L metal 3D printers for production and is now partnering with ExOne to advance the technology
3D printed X1 MetalTool 420i inserts deliver food-safe ice scream scooper in one-third the time and about half the price of standard steel tooling. Scooper available as a giveaway in RAPID Booth E7613.
Our Senior Research Specialist has a PhD in colloid and surface chemistry with an understanding of nanoparticles that allow customers to improve green and sintered density as well as final part properties.
Learn how Shapeways and ExOne manufacture industrial components with a metal matrix material of steel and bronze for consumer products on the small or large scale, and 316L stainless, a single alloy industrial metal for applications like mechanical machinery and surgical tooling.
MSA Safety Inc. leads the industry in innovative products that protect people and facility infrastructures. ExOne metal 3D printing has helped ensure MSA products get developed quickly for testing, so they can get to customers even faster.
From the know-how to the know-why. Learn more about the cooperation between ExOne and Altair and about how to manufacture a part while getting the best performance out of it, using Binder Jetting technology.
The ExOne Company, the global leader in industrial sand and metal 3D printers using binder jetting technology, today debuted a concept rendering of the new X1D1 automated guided vehicle, which will enable efficient transport of 3D printed build boxes through the binder jetting process.
The ExOne Company announced the launch of ExOne Scout, a secure Industry 4.0 app that provides real-time machine monitoring and analysis of production 3D printers on a wide range of digital devices, including smart phones and watches.
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.
One of ExOne’s long-time employees and additive manufacturing experts, Bob Wood, has been named a 2020 recipient of the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) most prestigious award, the Distinguished INnovator Operators Award (DINO).
The ExOne Company announced the creation of a Sand 3D Printing Network in North America, which aerospace, automotive, agricultural and other manufacturers can use to tap the benefits of 3D printed sand molds and cores for high-value metal casting projects.
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.