3D Printing Industry | 7/22/2019 | Beau Jackson
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Leading industrial 3D printer manufacturer ExOne made several new product and strategic announcements at the 2019 GIFA International Foundry Trade Fair in Dusseldorf, Germany.

The global launch of the new S-Max Pro, an industrial sand 3D printer, took center stage. Additionally, ExOne announced a strategic partnership with Siemens to enable connected 3D printer factories, and the launch of a new marketing initiative: “Collaborate. Innovate. Accelerate.”

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“This is an exciting time for ExOne,” said ExOne CEO John Hartner. “With the recent release of our X1 25PRO 3D metal printer, and now the launch of our new S-MAX Pro industrial 3D sand printer, ExOne is delivering cutting-edge 3D binder jetting technology solutions to a broad range of industries and applications around the world.”

In its 14th edition, GIFA hosted an estimated 40,000 visitors from over 2200 exhibitors from the metallurgy, heat technology, and foundry industries from June 24-29th.

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Charlie Grace, ExOne Chief Customer Officer, said interest in ExOne’s products is strong across the company’s portfolio of both sand and metal 3D printers. “It’s exciting to bring the latest in binder jetting solutions to companies that can really help save time and money, as well as develop innovative new solutions.”

One new, driving factor at ExOne is a commitment to its new internal and external marketing initiative: Collaborate. Innovate. Accelerate. More than just a tagline, Hartner explained, this message has been adopted “to emphasize ExOne’s commitment to leadership in industrial 3D printing and focus on building and strengthening customer relationships.”

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3D printed engine blocks on display at the GIFA show. Photo via ExOne.

To better reflect this mission, the company’s website has undergone improvements to better highlight ExOne’s growing portfolio of sand and metal 3D printers. Moreover, the new interface makes it easier to navigate through menus, as well as its growing list of qualified industrial materials, which...
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