ExOne adds four new AM sales channels in US and Canada

May 6, 2021

ExOne’s new partners will expands the company’s reach to over sixty new offices (Courtesy The ExOne Company)

The ExOne Company, North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, USA, has added four new channel partners in the US and Canada. In the US, CATI, Buffalo Grove, Illinois; TriMech, Richmond, Virginia; and Purple Platypus, Irvine, California, and, in Canada, Javelin Technologies, Oakville, Ontario, will offer ExOne’s entry-level metal Additive Manufacturing technology and related services, equipment, and consumables.

The new partners have over sixty offices combined and will sell the ExOne Innovent+® metal Binder Jetting (BJT) system, the Metal Designlab™ by Rapidia, as well as ancillary equipment, such as the X1F advanced furnace, and consumables. The four partnering companies also sell Stratasys, Solidworks and other technology to engineering customers, and all have experience selling metal AM machines that competed with ExOne technology.

“We are delighted to welcome such knowledgeable and accomplished partners to the ExOne team,” commented John Hartner, ExOne CEO. “As manufacturers in the US and Canada look to shorten supply chains and localise production of more products, our entry-level metal printing systems are a great way to get started with bound metal 3D printing technologies that deliver high-quality parts at an affordable price. Our new extended team is ready to hit the ground running with proven products that perform quickly with ease.”






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