ExOne Opens 3D Printing Research Center

By ExOne news release

Jul 31, 2015

The ExOne Company (www.exone.com), a global provider of three-dimensional (“3D”) printing machines and 3D printed and other products to industrial customers, announced the opening of its new state-of-the-art Design and Re-Engineering for Additive Manufacturing (“DREAM”) center located within its North Huntingdon facility.

The DREAM center has been strategically developed as a physical and virtual site for collaboration with customers to explore and incorporate the benefits of ExOne’s binder jetting technology.

By providing global access to the Company’s creative technical expertise and offering the most advanced software currently available, the center will enable customers to create designs of metal components which maximize the benefits of additive manufacturing. It will be a catalyst for the 3D production of parts without the limitations of traditional manufacturing.

S. Kent Rockwell, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The ExOne Company, commented, “As we focus on accelerating the adoption rate of our binder jetting technology for industrial manufacturing of metal components, we’re excited to launch our world-class DREAM center. It is an integrated engineering environment supporting our customers, our production service centers, our research and development activities, and our global sales team. We believe the DREAM center will further facilitate customer training and design support, helping users optimize 3D printing and the benefits it can bring to their manufacturing processes.”

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