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At the 2019 GIFA International Foundry Trade Fair in Dusseldorf, Germany, leading industrial 3D printer provider ExOne has announced the launch of the S-Max Pro, a new industrial 3D sand printer. Alongside the S-Max Pro, ExOne has also revealed a partnership with global technology and industrial manufacturing company Siemens. Their collaboration will see Siemens’ Digital Enterprise Portfolio of software and automation technology integrated into the new 3D printer from ExOne.
The S-Max Pro is designed for both prototyping and industrial series production, with a focus on speed, reliability and precision. The implementation of Siemens’ Digital Enterprise portfolio is intended to help the system leverage the benefits of Industry 4.0, to the benefit of industrial customers in the foundry, aerospace, automotive, energy and other markets.
Dr - Karsten - Heuser - Vice - President
Dr. Karsten Heuser, Vice President of Additive Manufacturing at Siemens Digital Industries, commented, “We are proud to further strengthen our partnership with ExOne and advance the industrialization of additive manufacturing. Siemens brings new digital technologies and its profound industrial domain know how to help ExOne generate further value.”
“THE NEW EXONE S-MAX PRO™ 3D PRINTER PROVES THAT SEAMLESSLY INTEGRATED SOFTWARE AND AUTOMATION SOLUTIONS RESULT IN SHORTER TIME TO MARKET, HIGHER PERFORMANCE AND MAXIMUM AVAILABILITY.”
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The ExOne S-Max Pro. Photo via ExOne.
ExOne’s new S-Max Pro 3D printer is capable of printing at speeds of up to 135 liters per hour, equivalent to 18 seconds for each layer. It is reported that these speeds enable the 3D printer to produce two 1,800 x 1,000 x 700 (mm) job boxes, each with a volume of 1,260 L, in 24 hours. Key features of the system includes a new printhead designed to increase efficiency, as well as an automated recoater. ExOne has also made it possible to easily replace the molding material, making the S-Max Pro a suitable option for 3D...
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