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Get Started With Your Binder Jetting RFQ

Upload your files to get a quote from Xometry's exclusive binder jetting partner ExOne

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Why ExOne?

ExOne metal 3D printers directly print functional parts in metals and ceramics. The service is:

  • Perfect for industries like aerospace, automotive, medical & dental, oil & gas, and more.
  • Transforms ultra-fine MIM powders into high-density precision parts with complex geometries.
  • Capable of delivering dimensional accuracy of +/- 2.5% on the first print run.
  • ExOne sells a full family of binder jet 3D printers and has delivered more than 500,000 metal parts to customers worldwide
metal parts

How Binder Jetting Works

Based on a patented 3DP process developed at MIT, binder jetting builds functional 3D objects from the bottom up to build high-value and one-of-a-kind parts and tooling.

  • An inkjet print head quickly deposits a bonding agent onto a thin layer of powdered particles.
  • Materials include either metal, sand, ceramics, and composites.
  • This process is repeated, layer-by-layer, using a map from a digital design file, until the object is complete.
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Available Materials

Single Alloy MetalsMetal CompositesComing Soon
17-4PH SS420 SS i/w BronzeInconel 718
316L SSM2 Tool Steel
H13 Tool Steel
Cobalt-Chrome

For more on materials, visit ExOne's website.

Machines

Innovent+X1 25Pro
Build Box 160 x 60 x 65 mm (6.3 x 2.5 x 2.5 in)Build Box 400 x 250 x 250 mm (15.75 x 9.84 x 9.84 in) Variable Z depth available

For more on machines, visit ExOne's website.

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