There’s a lot of buzz around Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) these days — especially when it comes to using binder jetting technology for production-volume 3D printing. As a process, binder jetting is superior for high-speed volumetric output. ExOne has been the market share leader in binder jet 3D printing, including of metals, since it was founded as the “ProMetal” division of Extrude Hone in 1995. ExOne’s development of metal 3D printing machines over the past 20+ years has been informed by the company's own metal 3D printing “on demand” production facility in Greater Pittsburgh. The world’s most productive metal 3D printing facility using binder jetting technology, the ExOne production center prints metal parts in 316L, 17-4PH, 304L and other materials for commercial customers in aerospace, automotive, energy and other industries.
• Technical Overview: Binder Jet 3D Printing for Metals
• The Evolution of Metal Materials in Binder Jet 3D Printing
• How Sintering Exposes the Quality of Your 3D Printed Part
• Workflows in Production 3D Printing of Metals
VP of Metal Commercial Products, The ExOne Company