ExOne launches new initiative to maximise service to its Additive Manufacturing customers

July 7, 2019

The ExOne Company, North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, USA, has launched a new initiative that will reportedly help the company to maximise its leadership and customer services. According to ExOne, the initiative includes renewal of its commitment to customers, lowering the cost of machine ownership and developing specialised applications and features that will simplify the Additive Manufacturing process.

The company states that it is also introducing a new tagline, ‘Collaborate. Innovate. Accelerate.’, which it believes highlights the collaborative relationship ExOne has with its customers in helping them implement AM to transform their businesses. As part of the new initiative, the company also has a new website which has easier access to its portfolio for customers and users.

“ExOne has been developing, delivering and optimising sand and metal 3D printers using Binder Jetting for more than twenty years,” stated John Hartner, ExOne CEO. “Our experience helps us deliver more reliable and advanced sand and metal 3D printers, which help solve our customers’ toughest problems. We are excited to continue working closely with our community of industrial customers and show the world why we believe that ExOne will remain the leader in binder jetting technology.”


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