CHERRY VALLEY, IL – When constantly out-doing the competition is the name of the game, meaningful collaborations are of the utmost importance. Ipsen is pleased to have been selected by ExOne, a global provider of three-dimensional ("3-D") printing machines and printed products, as a vacuum furnace provider as a part of an initiative to streamline production in the field of Additive Manufacturing and offer customers a complete 3-D printing package.
David J. Burns, ExOne’s President and COO, noted, “We sought to simplify the purchasing process for 3-D printers by offering a complete printer-furnace package. Ipsen is ideal for us to collaborate with given their industrial focus and global presence.”
Ipsen is committed to improving the world around us by helping customers realize their visions of a better future, and Ipsen pursues those visions with integrity and passion. This pursuit involves continuously creating evolutionary and revolutionary innovations by exploring new ideas, methodologies and technologies.
“As technical experts dedicated to lean manufacturing, Ipsen was chosen due to our reputation for custom innovations and focus on product development,” explained Geoffrey Somary, Ipsen USA President and CEO. “We are excited about this collaboration, and the opportunity to pool our knowledge with ExOne to provide a reliable solution for customers.”
ExOne is a global provider of 3D printing machines and printed products to industrial customers. ExOne's business primarily consists of manufacturing and selling 3-D printing machines and printing products to specification for its customers using its in-house 3-D printing machines. ExOne offers pre-production collaboration and prints products through Production Service Centers, which are located in the United States, Germany and Japan. ExOne builds 3-D printing machines at its 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 its machines to print products. For more information, visit www.exone.com.