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The X1 25PRO™ is the latest metal binder jetting additive manufacturing system from Pennsylvania-headquartered industrial 3D printing systems and services provider ExOne (NASDAQ:XONE).
With the fine, metal injection molding (MIM) powder-handling capabilities of the company’s INNOVENT+™ research 3D printer and larger, mid-scale 3D printed production, this machine is leading the charge for ExOne among burgeoning binder jet competition across the industry.
X1 - Launch - Formnext - Industry - Look
Following the X1 25PRO’s launch at Formnext 2018, 3D Printing Industry takes a closer look at the system’s technical specifications, taking a deeper dive under the hood of this new machine.
Founded in 2005 as a spinoff from global precision machining specialist Extrude Hone Corporation, ExOne is a veteran of the 3D printing industry. The company earned the exclusive license for the metal binder jet 3D printing technology developed at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1996, and now its systems are installed at customer facilities in over twenty countries around the world.
Addition - X1 - ExOne - Range - Printing
With the addition of the X1 25PRO™ ExOne offers a range of eight 3D printing systems made for research & education, prototyping and production. Key industries served by ExOne binder jetting technology include aerospace, automotive, traditional foundries, heavy equipment and energy, as well as creative and educational pursuits.
Adding to production, the X1 25PRO™ is built to satisfy the high standards set by traditional MIM, powder metallurgy, and manufacturing technologies. Minimum print resolution is 50 μm, with a throughput of up to 1800 cm³/hour, maintaining an excellent part quality and process reliability.
Machine - X - X - Mm - L
Externally, the machine measures 2300 x 1800 x 2300 mm (L x W x...
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