Seattle WA, April 28, 2021 – 3DX Industries Inc. (DDDX) (the “Company” or “3DX”), a state of the art additive manufacturer specializing in 3D Metal Printing, announced today it has acquired a second M-FlexTM 3D metal printing system, doubling it’s metal printing capabilities.
The M-FlexTM metal printing system designed by the Exone Company, uses an additive manufacturing process, otherwise known as three-dimensional printing, or 3DP, which materializes an object—or mold for an object—layer by layer out of powdered material, a chemical binder and a digital file. The process is also referred to as Binder Jetting Technology. The capability to offer clients the option of manufacturing their products using 3D Metal printing is not only a more environmentally friendly manufacturing process but it also saves time on the engineering and evaluation aspects related to new and redesigned product manufacturing. The flexibility to make immediate changes within a computer aided design file (CAD), and have those changes sent directly to the print floor are changing the way companies bring products to market.
"Our relentless pursuit of expanding capabilities helps us service more customers in a timely manner," stated Roger Janssen, CEO and Chairman of 3DX Industries, Inc. "3DX Industries is positioning itself to be the premier one stop shop in the 3D metal printing arena. The increased production power is just one in a series of steps we are taking to position 3DX to facilitate the turnaround of large scale production orders.”
“I’m excited about our growing potential within our core capabilities.” added Nicholas Coriano, VP of East Coast Operations. “The team at 3DX is dedicated to providing customers around the world with not only the best manufacturing processes, but exceptional customer service. In the weeks to come, we will execute on continuing this growth; both via our manufacturing capabilities and our growing internal team of industry experts.”
About the Company: 3DX Industries, Inc. is focused on the additive metal manufacturing segment within the manufacturing industry. 3DX has the capability of manufacturing a wide variety of products using its 3D metal printing system, 3D plastic printing as well as more traditional methods of precision manufacturing. 3DX offers additive and traditional manufacturing services as well as product design, engineering and assembly services to its customers.
About Binder Jet: 3DX uses an additive manufacturing process, otherwise known as three-dimensional printing which materializes an object—or mold for an object—layer by layer out of powdered material, a binding agent and a digital file. The process is also referred to as Binder Jetting Technology. Binder Jetting is a powder bed process, where a binder is used to selectively ‘print’ the desired part shape by adhesively joining the metal particles. After the jetting process, the green part is sintered in a furnace to burn off the binder and then an infiltrant, typically bronze or copper, is melted and drawn into the part to fill in the remaining spaces within the sintered metal powder skeleton to create a dense component. The resulting parts combine properties from both the metal powder and the infiltrant.
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