4/22/2015

3D Printing System Designed for Industrial Series Production

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ExOne has announced its largest 3D printing system, the Exerial, marking a move from rapid prototyping and small batch production, for which the company’s other systems are used, to industrial series production.

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ExOne has announced its largest 3D printing system, the Exerial, marking a move from rapid prototyping and small batch production, for which the company’s other systems are used, to industrial series production.

Unlike ExOne’s other indirect printing systems, this printer contains multiple industrial stations that allow for continuous production and simultaneous processing. It is equipped with two job boxes, each 1.5 times larger than the single job box in the company’s next-largest model, the S-Max. The Exerial system offers a total build platform of 3,168 L and is capable of printing output rates nearly four times faster than the S-Max. The system uses a new recoater system, multiple print heads and automation controls.

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