ExOne’s Metal 3D Printing Adoption Center, in continuous operation since 2005, has now printed more than 2 million parts. (Photo courtesy Business Wire.)
ExOne’s Metal 3D Printing Adoption Center, in continuous operation since 2005, has now printed more than 2 million parts. (Photo courtesy Business Wire.)

Binder jetting specialist ExOne says that it has delivered more than two million metal parts to customers worldwide.

The parts are manufactured in the company’s Adoption Center, based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which features 28 metal 3D printers and around 12 furnaces, including a high-capacity Elnik batch furnace and a continuous furnace. ExOne has also recently added X1 25Pro metal printers to make stainless steel parts.

ExOne says that its metal 3D production facility has been in continuous operation since 2005.

This story uses material from ExOne, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.