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and through the development of additional binder sets and printing materials.” Te Exerial is unique compared to ExOne’s other indirect


printing systems in that it contains multiple industrial sta- tions that allow for continuous production and simultane- ous processing. Te Exerial is distinctly equipped with two job boxes, each 1.5 times larger than the single job box in ExOne’s next largest model, the S-Max. Notably, the Exerial system offers a total build platform of 3,168 liters and is expected to be capable of printing output rates nearly four times faster than the S-Max. Te Exerial utilizes a new re- coater system, multiple print heads and automation controls. As part of the development of the Exerial, the company has filed five patents related to machine design elements. “We are investing in the latter stages of our R&D process


for the Exerial as we respond to an initial purchase order of four machines,” said Rainer Hoechsmann, Chief Development Officer for Te ExOne Company. “We expect to deliver the first beta machine and then the other three machines over the course of the first three quarters of this year, with additional commercial availability likely at the end of 2015 or early 2016.” Employing ExOne’s binder jetting technology, the Exerial


utilizes its multiple print heads to selectively dispense micro- droplets of specially-engineered binder into very thin layers of powdered material inside each of the two job boxes. Within the world of additive manufacturing, ExOne is distinctive in that it offers solutions focused on industrial users and applications, and the Exerial is the latest machine to serve that market, going


beyond capabilities previously offered.  For more information regarding 3D printing applications, visit ExOne’s website at www.exone.com.


成套产品和打印材料,继续满足快速原型和小批量生 产客户不断增长的需求。”


与ExOne 公司的其他间接打印系统相比,Exerial 的特别之处在于它包含了多个工业站,可以实现连续 生产和同步处理。Exerial还特别配备了2个工作箱, 每个工作箱大小是ExOne第二大工作箱型号S-Max的 1.5倍。尤其是,Exerial系统提供了3,168升的构建平 台,打印的输出量可能是S-Max的4倍。Exerial采用 新的再次涂装系统、多打印头和自动化控制技术。作 为Exerial系统的部分研发成果,公司已经提出了5个与 设备设计单元有关的专利申请。“作为对首批4台设备 订单的反馈,我们目前正在投资Exerial系统研发过程 的后阶段,”ExOne公司首席执行官Rainer Hoechs- mann说,“我们希望在今年的前三季度内首先交付 一台测试机和其余三台设备,此外,可能在2015年年 底或2016年年初交付其他商用服务。” Exerial系统采用ExOne的粘结剂喷射技术,使用多 个打印头、有选择地将专门研制的粘结剂的微小液滴 分配到2个工作箱的非常薄的粉末材料中。在附加材料 的制造方面,ExOne的独特之处是其为工业用户和工 业应用提供解决方案,而Exerial系统是服务于该行业


且技术更为卓越的最新产品。  更多关于3D打印应用的信息,请访问ExOne公司网站:www.exone.com


Thermocouple Assembly Delivers Results for Global Automotive Component Manufacturerer


新型热电偶组合为全球汽车零部件生产商提供令人惊叹的效果 Trials of an alternative thermocouple sheath have de-


livered significant cost and time savings for a components manufacturer that caters for some of the world’s leading au- tomotive industry operations. In tests carried out at its plant in Aurangabadin India, High Technology Transmission Systems Pvt Ltd. found that thermocouple assemblies sup- plied by Morgan’s Molten Metal Systems business outlasted even their manufacturer’s estimated operational life, far out- performing the existing solutions available to the company. High Technology Transmission Systems (HTTS) is


part of the Endurance Group, a global force in aluminum castings for the automotive sector, with 19 plants across India, Italy and Germany. A high-performance diecasting (HPDC) operation, HTTS produces cast aluminum clutch assemblies and other cast components. Te company approached Morgan looking for improved


performance for the thermocouple assemblies used for the continuous measurement of the temperatures in its hold- ing furnaces. HTTS has been using two different types of


一种新型热电偶套管的试验已表明可显著降低零部 件生产商的生产成本和时间,满足了一些世界领先汽车 企业的需求。在印度Aurangabadin工厂所进行的试验 中,高科技传输系统有限公司发现,摩根熔融金属系统 公司所提供的热电偶成套装置的使用寿命比生产商预期 的还要长,远远超过了公司当前采用的解决方案。 高科技传输系统有限公司(HTTS)属于Endurance 集团,是为汽车行业提供铝合金铸件的一个全球化企 业,在印度、意大利和德国拥有19个工厂。HTTS公司 的高性能压铸事业部生产铸铝离合器总成和其他铸件。 HTTS与摩根公司接洽,为提高保温炉持续测量温度 所使用的热电偶装置的性能寻找解决方案。HTTS采用2 种不同型号的装置,但是二者都存在固有的缺点。一种 是L形的CI管,平均寿命为7-8天。虽然其成本较低,但


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