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As Seen In Additive Manufacturing
Look Again: This 3D Printed Part Isn't Plastic
This radiator cover is comparable in strength to an injection molded part, and was made at lower cost than 3D printed polymer.
Commercializing Sand 3D Printing in the New Tech Belt
Youngstown-area Humtown Products supplies both conventional and 3D printed sand cores and molds to foundries around the world. But sand tools for castings may be only the beginning.
ExOne’s InnoventPro Offers Larger Build Area, Faster Speed
System has option to 3D print a new class of NanoFuse binders embedded with nanoparticles to improve part quality and simplify sintering.
ExOne Metal Binder Jetting Now Offered Through Xometry
ExOne binder jetting offers Xometry customers a fast and cost-effective way to 3D print metal prototypes and production parts.
ExOne Qualifies Inconel 718 for Binder Jet 3D Printing
ExOne’s nickel-based alloy Inconel 718 is frequently used in the aerospace, energy and automotive industries, often for high-temperature applications, such as jet engines and tooling, or corrosive environments.
ExOne's Scout App Monitors Industrial 3D Printers
App provides real-time machine monitoring and analysis of production 3D printers on a range of digital devices, including smart phones and watches.
Casting Goes Digital with Sand 3D Printing, Nondestructive Testing
Tooling & Equipment International (TEI) used to make tooling for castings. Now, it casts prototype parts in a digital workflow using 3D printed sand molds in combination with simulation software, CT scanning and X-ray technology.
ExOne Using Metal 3D Printing with Controlled Porosity for Reusable Filters in Response to Coronavirus Crisis
Collaboration with University of Pittsburgh applies binder jet to produce an alternative to disposable masks that are in short supply.
ExOne X1 160Pro Turns Powder to Parts
RAPID 2020: ExOne X1 160Pro, said to be the industry’s largest metal binder jet 3D printer, offers an 800 × 500 × 400 mm build envelope for turning powder to parts.
3D Printer Parts Made with 3D Printed Tooling: ExOne Walks the Walk
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.
Largest ExOne Metal Binder Jetting System Yet Provides 160-Liter Build Volume
The design of this machine anticipates scale production, with compaction technology for repeatable part density and Industry 4.0 connectivity for lightly staffed AM factories.
Additive Manufacturing and Metal Casting
How is additive manufacturing disrupting metal casting? A hybrid approach to consider.
ExOne X1 25Pro Metal 3D Printer Supports Production Volumes
Rapid 2019: The X1 25Pro is designed for 3D printing of larger quantities from fine MIM powder in a production environment.
3D Print the Tool to Cast the Mold to Make the Part
3D-printed molds to manufacture parts are familiar, but what if the mold itself was made with a 3D-printed tool? Catalysis Additive Tooling proves out this concept in a mold for a fiberglass part.
ExOne X1 25Pro 3D Printing Machine Supports Production Volumes
The platform is intended as a step up for users of the Innovent+ platform who are interested in scaling to a mid-size production metal 3D printer.
New Kimura U.S. Metal Casting Plant Relies Entirely on 3D Printing for Molds and Cores
Printing foundry molds and cores without hard tooling will speed leadtimes and make small quantities of castings affordable, the company says. Its proprietary process advances the detail and finish obtainable from casting using sand 3D printing.
ExOne Releases Innovent+ with Increased Powder Handling Capabilities
Rapid 2018: ExOne showcases the Innovent+ as well as expanded dust management options for both it and the original Innovent.
What Is the Most Widely Used 3D-Printed Material?
ExOne’s CTO recently offered an educated guess. His answer highlights an underappreciated success of AM.
AM Conference Speaker: ExOne
ExOne uses liquid phase sintering to increase the density of 3D-printed, high-performance alloy parts made using powder-bed binder jetting. Learn more during a presentation at the Additive Manufacturing Conference in September.
AMUG Presents the Pains, Potential and Power of AM
The exhibits and presentations at AMUG 2016 afforded insights into where additive is, and where it is going.
Water Wash Out Tooling Process Developed
ExOne has qualified a new application for its 3D printing technology.