SSI will use the InnoventPro 3L for material and application development, and the X1 160Pro for volume production.
SSI will use the InnoventPro 3L for material and application development, and the X1 160Pro for volume production.

Metallurgy company SSI Sintered Specialties has reportedly acquired two metal binder jetting machines from 3D printing specialist ExOne.

According to the company, SSI will use the InnoventPro 3L for material and application development, and the X1 160Pro for volume production.

The two printers will be located at the company’s headquarters in Janesville, Wisconsin, which also houses the world’s largest installed capacity of high temperature sintering furnaces and post-processing technology, according to ExOne. SSI also has capabilities in press and sinter powder metallurgy and metal injection molding (MIM).

This story uses material from ExOne, with editorial changes made by Materials Today.