ExOne partners with Rapidia, offers metal 3D printer

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The X1F advanced furnace is a complete metal 3D printing system using Rapidia technology that will now be marketed and sold exclusively by ExOne. (Courtesy: ExOne)

The ExOne Metal Designlab™ and X1F advanced furnace is a complete metal 3D printing system using Rapidia technology that will now be marketed and sold exclusively by ExOne.

The original two-step method of 3D printing and sintering water-bound metal parts, first revealed by Rapidia in 2019, delivers proven Print Today, Parts Tomorrow™performance. The 3D printer operates with the ease of an entry-level
plastic printer, using a nozzle to build designs in HydroFuse™, an innovative water-based paste containing metal or ceramic powders.

This technology allows printed parts to go directly into a furnace, skipping long chemical or thermal debinding steps on competing systems that take 3-5 days to deliver final parts.

Rapidia founder Dan Gelbart, a serial inventor and entrepreneur, as well as a popular engineering YouTube personality, will now serve as an ExOne technology adviser.

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