3D Printer Opens Seventh Production Center in Nevada

3D Printer Opens Seventh Production Center in Nevada

ExOne says it will have fifteen of these centers by 2015 to serve growing market.

ExOne, a manufacturer of 3D printing machines and printed products based in North Huntington, Pa, announced today that it has opened a new Production Service Center (PSC) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The location, consisting of a 17,240 square foot recently purchased facility, was selected due to its cost effectiveness and close proximity to the Southern California region which is home to a significant amount of sand casting and cores business servicing the aerospace, automotive and energy sectors, according the company.

As ExOne’s fifth PSC in the U.S. and seventh PSC worldwide, operations are expected to commence in December.

“We have stated our intent to have 15 global PSCs by the end of 2015 and this location will mark another step toward our goal, “said David Burns, CEO, ExOne said. “We have identified 163 foundries in the surrounding area of Las Vegas, making this location logistically ideal to service them.

ExOne’s other PSCs are located in North Huntingdon, PA; Troy, MI; Houston, TX; Auburn, WA; Augsburg, Germany; and Kanagawa, Japan.

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