About The ExOne Company (adapted from The ExOne Company prospectus):
ExOne is a global provider of three-dimensional ("3D") printing machines and printed products to industrial customers. Their business primarily consists of manufacturing and selling 3D printing machines and printing products to specification for customers using their in-house 3D printing machines. The 3D printing machines are built at their facilities in the United States and Germany. ExOne also supplies the associated products, including consumables and replacement parts, and services, including training and technical support, necessary for purchasers of their machines to print products.
ExOne's 3D printing machines print 3D products directly from computer models by repeatedly depositing very thin layers of powdered materials and selectively placing chemical binding agents to form the finished product. One of their key industry advantages is that their machines are able to print products in materials that are desired by industrial customers. They are capable of printing in silica sand, ceramics, stainless steel, bronze and glass, and are in varying stages of qualifying additional industrial materials for printing, such as titanium, tungsten carbide, aluminum and magnesium.
ExOne's customers in the aerospace industry include Magellan Aerospace Corporation, Boeing and Mitchell Aerospace Inc. Their customers in the automotive industry include Ford Motor Company, Bavarian Motor Works ("BMW") and Tesla Motors, Inc. Their customers in the heavy equipment industry include Caterpillar, Inc., Deere & Company, and Bosch Rexroth and their customers in the energy/oil/gas industry include ITT Corp. and the KSB Group.This description is adapted from The ExOne Company prospectus. This description is not intended to be a recommendation to buy stock from this company. We do not claim that all of the statements above were researched and found to be true. We present them as a general description based on what the company has said about itself at the time that they submitted their prospectus for an IPO offering. To see the company's full description, view their prospectus..