EXONE WORKING WITH CATALYSIS ON NEW RAPID TOOLING PROCESS

3D Printing Industry | 4/24/2019 | Tia Vialva
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Additive manufacturing OEM ExOne has collaborated with Catalysis Additive Tooling, an Ohio-based 3D print tooling and part manufacturer, to create a new process for 3D printed tooling for low-to-medium volume production parts.

Furthermore, Catalysis is working with ExOne to help manufacture the new X1 25 Pro 3D printer using its tooling processes, which will be showcased at RAPID + TCT in May 2019.

Tooling - Process - Binder - Technology - ExOne

The “revolutionary new rapid tooling process”, utilizing binder jetting technology from ExOne, will provide Catalysis’ customers with a uniquely designed tool as well as advantages in speed and cost. “We are pleased to add ExOne’s binder jetting technology to our family of 3D printing offerings,” explained Darrell Stafford, Chief Executive Officer and President of Catalysis Additive Tooling. “We offer a number of different 3D printing technologies and select the best technology to meet and exceed our customers’ needs, based on the specific application. Given its speed and volume capabilities, we are especially interested in binder jetting for production parts. ExOne offers the best solution to satisfy this need.”

“WITH AN EVER-INCREASING NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS, WE ARE FINDING THAT OUR GO-TO TECHNOLOGY FOR DEVELOPMENT OF THERMOFORMING, COMPOSITE AND FOAM TOOLING IS BINDER JETTING.”

Vacuum - Forming - Tools - Panels - ExOne

The vacuum forming tools used to produce the panels for the ExOne X1 25Pro 3D printer, made using its binder jetting process. Image via Catalysis.

Catalysis Additive Tooling aims to provide its customers with a complete “One Stop Shop” solution by 3D printing tooling as well as manufacturing parts for customers. With customers in a variety of sectors, including automotive, medical and aerospace, Catalysis has developed tooling and manufacturing processes for metal forming, vacuum forming and plastic injection. It combines its unique tool designs and proprietary resins and coatings with 3D printing to offer customers tooling or end use parts with reduced cost and lead times compared to conventional...
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