ExOne is moving into their new headquarters this month. In keeping with their goals for expansion and global growth, the company is moving their handful of leased facilities in Augsberg, Germany, all into one spot at the $20 million facility in Gersthofen, Germany. Boasting 150,700 square feet of production, warehouse, service and R&D space, and approximately 27,600 square feet for offices, there should be plenty of room to grow throughout the years for this company, currently operating on three continents, shipping their products and supplies worldwide.
“We are beginning to transition our activities, which include production, warehousing, a production service center, an R&D lab, as well as our European headquarters into our new location, and we expect to have completed our move through November,” said Rainer Hoechsmann, ExOne’s Chief Development Officer and General Manager.
“We are proud to dedicate our state of the art facility as the ‘S. Kent Rockwell 3D Printing Innovation Center’ in honor of the leadership and significant financial support that Kent Rockwell has made in ExOne and its innovations in 3D binder jetting technology,” continued Hoechsmann,
ExOne is highly progressive, in that their goal is in working globally to transition customers from traditional techniques into additive manufacturing–from analog to digital. ExOne currently offers two of the largest printers on the world market for 3D printing of sand and metal materials, offering build sizes as large as 70 x 39 x 27 inches for sand and 30.7 x 15.75 x 15.75 inches for metal. Smaller scale metal/glass printers are also available for university and research lab applications or small-scale product manufacturers, with a build size of 1.5 x 2.3 x 1.3 inches.
They supply and develop precision nontraditional machining processes and automated systems. Their core technologies are 3D printing and laser micromachining. They supply services, systems, and solutions for manufacturing in the digital age, including 3D printing in silica sand, ceramics, stainless steel, bronze, and glass.
There are ExOne 3D printing machines in more than 20 universities, which helps push the boundaries and educate the work force of the future. So far they have implemented additive manufacturing into the production processes for leading manufacturing companies including BMW, Ford, Sikorsky, and Caterpillar.
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