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ExOne Qualifies 15 New Additive Manufacturing Materials

By: Jedd Cole - Modern Machine Shop

The additions add up to a total of 21 qualified printable materials: 10 single-alloy metals, six ceramics and five composites. 

ExOne Demonstrates 3D Printing with Metal Injection Molding Powder

By: Stephanie Hendrixson - Additive Manufacturing

The company is manufacturing samples on its Innovent+ 3D printer.

3D Printer Processes MIM Powders, Decreases Costs

By: Patrick Barney -

IMTS 2018: ExOne has developed the Innovent+ 3D printing machine to process metal injection molding (MIM) powders.

3D Printing System Designed for Industrial Series Production


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.

The New Pattern for Prototyping

By: Christina M. Fuges - MoldMaking Technology

Ford is building engineering confidence through nearly production-ready prototype parts, which provide reliable test data—all thanks to additive manufacturing.

"Adding" to Your Tooling Options


Understand the benefits and applications of processes for making tooling through additive manufacturing.

Why Is Additive Manufacturing Important?

By: Peter Zelinski - Modern Machine Shop

One of the important ideas showcased in this year’s Emerging Technology Center is additive manufacturing. 3D Systems, ExOne, Objet and Renishaw are all companies exhibiting in the ETC, located in Booth N-650.