NORTH HUNTINGDON, Pa. --(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 27, 2020-- The ExOne Company (Nasdaq: XONE), the global leader in industrial sand and metal 3D printers using binder jetting technology, announced today that it will release its fourth quarter and full year 2019 financial results after the close of
Newly qualified M2 Tool Steel is a high-speed steel that is widely used for cutting tools Silicon carbide, a customer-qualified ceramic, is often used in aerospace applications Aluminum and Inconel 718 are now qualified as R&D materials for approved customers Half of ExOne’s qualified material list
Sale expected to generate approximately $19 million in net cash benefit Transaction provides low-cost liquidity to fuel long-term growth initiatives ExOne maintains commitment to Munich -area operations NORTH HUNTINGDON, Pa. --(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 10, 2019-- The ExOne Company (Nasdaq: XONE), the
Production of the X1 25PRO has begun : New model design to be shown at Formnext, with customer deliveries scheduled before year end Unparalleled material flexibility : Capable of 3D printing more than six qualified metal materials, plus ceramics and more Featuring patented Triple ACT : Exclusive
Predictive sintering software under development to simplify binder jet 3D printing for metals Beta release of software for 316L stainless steel to be released in Q1 2020 Software will also refine ExOne’s patent-pending 3D printed ceramic setter process NORTH HUNTINGDON, Pa. --(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov.
Collaboration will focus on improving sintering profiles for metals 3D printed on ExOne systems Standard sintering profiles to be based on metal type and part size, mass and other features Collaboration on display at Formnext 2019, the world’s leading additive manufacturing event NORTH HUNTINGDON,
New clean-burning binder is a key step toward binder jet 3D printing of metals such as aluminum and titanium CleanFuse joins ExOne’s growing new Fuse brand of binders ExOne systems currently print more than six qualified metals, plus ceramics NORTH HUNTINGDON, Pa. --(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov.
Third quarter sales of $10.9 million Q4 2019 revenue expected to exceed $20 million with positive Adjusted EBITDA* Continued execution of product roadmap to fuel future growth, with introduction of X1 160PRO™ metal 3D printer Focus remains on profitable growth and operating cash flow generation
Designed for throughput : The largest metal binder jetting system available, the X1 160PRO offers more than 2.5 times the build volume of competing systems for sale today Unparalleled material flexibility : Capable of 3D printing more than six qualified metal materials, plus ceramics, into dense
Development collaboration to focus on cemented carbide (WC-Co), used in cutting tools and wear-resistant parts, and tungsten-copper (W-Cu), used in high-voltage electrical applications GTP uses the ExOne ® Innovent ® , an advanced and compact binder jet 3D printer, to manufacture parts in tungsten