ExOne supports critical needs to combat COVID-19

The ExOne Company announced that its five global facilities remain open to support manufacturing for essential critical infrastructure and emergency needs to combat the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. 
Recently, ExOne’s headquarters and production facility was granted a waiver to Pennsylvania’s executive order to close all non-life-sustaining businesses.
ExOne’s industrial 3D printers and facilities routinely support mission-critical production for the agriculture, aerospace, defense, energy, and other industries. The company’s 3D printers are an essential part of supply chains that ensure continuity of clean water, oil and gas, medical research, as well as supplies to astronauts at the International Space Station, among other vital defense functions.
ExOne’s facilities are now operating with essential staff only, with most others working remotely, and have enacted a number of safety precautions, including social distancing and other actions recommended by the CDC, to protect employees and customers.
ExOne is proud to work with the medical, manufacturing, and governmental communities in the historic response to solving critical supply chain challenges during this crisis.
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