Provider of three-dimensional (3D) printing machines and printed products to industrial customers ExOne Co (NASDAQ:XONE) recently announced its largest 3D printing system. Showing a significant improvement in the evolution of ExOne’s machine portfolio, the Exerial system will soon be made available to the public. This printer gives users the opportunity to engage, with the indirect printing technology used for mass production. This goes further than the small batch production as well as the rapid prototyping being currently used by the company’s other systems. The Exerial machine will be formally launched on June 16-20, 2015 by EXOne. This will be done in Germany at the GIFA International Foundry Trade Fair in Düsseldorf.
This comes on the heels of the company’s industrial customers calling for an improvement in the final stages of its production. Specifically to address the production deficiency with a 3D printing system that can handle a greater number and smooth flow for the industrial production environment. An industrial-level solution will be attended to, with launching of this new system. Additionally, this will separate the binder-jetting, confirming what was known all along; that as this is way more cost effective than the rest of 3D printing solutions.
Resulting from the fact that the Exerial has multiple industrial stations, this distinguishes it when compared to ExOne Co (NASDAQ:XONE)’s various indirect printing systems. This then paves the way for the continuation of production whilst at the same time processing. This equipment also has a unique feature in that it comes with two job boxes. These boxes are one and a half times bigger than the S-Max single job box; equipped in the company’s next biggest model. Additionally, a combined built platform of 3,168 liters make it able to produce printing rates of approximately four times quicker than the S-Max gives Exerial system another edge. The Exerial is a unique and welcoming machine that is designed to meet customers’ satisfaction and needs.