ExOne metal 3D printers transform more than 20 powders into metal, ceramic and composite parts and products.
ExOne metal printing technology creates dense and functional precision parts used for automotive, aerospace, defense, energy, and consumer applications.
1. Third-Party Qualified MaterialsThese materials have passed ExOne’s rigorous testing for uniformity, dimensional tolerance, sintering characteristics, and other features over multiple builds. Please see the attached data sheets for third-party testing results based on MPIF standards.
2. Customer-Qualified MaterialsThe materials below have been qualified for use by ExOne customers, using standards for their own applications, and are being successfully printed today. Additionally, a number of ExOne customers also print proprietary powdered materials on our machines that are not listed below. Single Alloy Metals
- Natural Sands
- Synthetic Sands
- Silicon Carbide
- Tungsten Carbide Cobalt
- Boron Carbide i/w Aluminum
- Silicon Carbide i/w Silicon
3. Research & Development Materials
These materials have been deemed printable by ExOne and our customers after preliminary analysis. Our R&D work for these materials is ongoing and involves engineering work with the materials, as well as our printers and processes, to ensure successful printing.
Single Alloy Metals
- Aluminum Nitride
- Barium Titanate
- Boron Carbide
- Lead Zirconate Titanate (PZT)
- Natural Sands**
- Silicon Carbide**
- Silicon Nitride
- Synthetic Sands**
- Tungsten Carbide
- Tungsten Carbide-Cobalt**
- Zirconium Carbide
- Boron Carbide i/w Aluminum**
- Silicon Carbide i/w Silicon**
**This material has also been qualified by customers or received ExOne’s rigorous third-party qualification status.
ExOne Fuse™ Binders
One of the reasons ExOne metal binder jet systems can print such a diversity of powdered materials is our portfolio of specialty Fuse™ binders, which deliver unique benefits for the material being 3D printed.
Binders must deliver certain characteristics that work harmoniously with the powder material being printed. Considerations include viscosity, saturation, bleeding in X and Y, as well as debinding characteristics. ExOne binders continue to be optimized to provide improved green strengths and other beneficial properties based on the material being printed.
- CleanFuse™ — A premium, clean-burning binder that leaves behind no carbon residue and works well with metallic materials negatively affected by carbon, such as Inconel powders
- FluidFuse™ — A versatile solvent-based binder with low viscosity that works well with a variety of metallic and non-metallic materials, including ceramics
- AquaFuse™ — A water-based binder that works well with a variety of metallic material
- PhenolFuse™ — A phenolic binder best suited for printing high-temperature materials, including non-metallics such as carbon, tungsten carbide (WC), silicon carbide (SiC), and other ceramics
- COMING SOON: NanoFuse™ — A new line of groundbreaking binders featuring suspended nanoparticles to improve the quality of binder jetting results with certain materials, such as copper and aluminum.
Stratasys patented Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology works with production-grade thermoplastics to build tough, durable parts that are accurate, repeatable and stable over time. 3D print your concept models, prototypes, tools and end-use parts in familiar materials like ABS, PC and high-performance ULTEM 9085.
PolyJet photopolymers offer an astonishing level of detail and final-product realism that surpasses all other 3D printing technologies. With chameleon-like ability to simulate clear, flexible and rigid materials and engineering plastics — and even combine multiple material properties into one model — your prototypes could easily be mistaken for final products.