3D Printing Technology
ExOne® rapidly solves your toughest problems through agile, innovative 3D printing solutions. Using Binder Jetting technology, an additive manufacturing process, to selectively join a binding agent with industrial-grade powder particles, ExOne 3D printers create a custom finished product from a 3D CAD file.
ExOne 3D printing technology is capable of handling complexity beyond what is possible with traditional manufacturing technology approaches. Plus, design modifications can be made on the 3D CAD file in seconds and reprinted without complicated and expensive changes. With a high print speed and endless part geometry, ExOne is your optimal choice for printing cost-effective, customized parts using industrial-grade materials.
3D Printing Systems
The versatile design of ExOne’s 3D printings systems makes them capable of handling different materials, build speeds and throughputs to create your desired product – even when starting with the most complex designs. Their use of industrial-grade powders, the creation of “near net” products, and the efficiencies the machines generate in production timelines and budgets make it easy to incorporate their 3D printers for metal into existing manufacturing or research processes.
Explore the original two-step method of 3D printing bound metal parts for direct sintering without debinding. The X1 Metal Designlab™ by Rapidia is made possible with Hydrofuse™, an innovative water-based paste containing metal or ceramic powders. The Metal Designlab can print 100% solid metal of any thickness, delivering maximum strength parts suitable for a wide variety of demanding pre-production and enduse applications.
The University of British Columbia
Accelerating Office-Friendly Metal 3D Printing Innovation
“With the ExOne technology, we can build lighter weight structural components that have identical or even greater strength properties than conventional manufacturing processes.”Dr. Ahmad Mohammadpanah, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, University of British Columbia
The University of British Columbia uses the ExOne Metal Designlab™ by Rapidia office-friendly 3D printer and X1F advanced furnace to advance research & industrial applications