The ExOne Company, a global provider of 3D printing machines and products to industrial customers, announced the upcoming availability of its largest 3D printing system, the Exerial. This new printer allows customers to engage with the indirect printing technology for industrial series production, beyond the rapid prototyping and small-batch production for which ExOne’s other systems are currently being used. The company will formally debut the Exerial machine at the GIFA International Foundry Trade Fair in Düsseldorf, Germany, on June 16-20.
The Exerial is unique compared to ExOne's other indirect printing systems in that it contains multiple industrial stations that allow for continuous production and simultaneous processing. It is equipped with two job boxes, each 1.5 times larger than the single job box in ExOne's next largest model. According to ExOne, it has an initial purchase order of four machines. They are expected to be delivered over the course of the first three quarters of this year.