3DX Industries Hosts Facility Tour with Representative from Boeing Aerospace

3DX Industries, Inc., a state of the art manufacturer specializing in 3D Metal Printing, provides the following update to shareholders.

The company was pleased to have a representative from Boeing Aerospace tour its facility earlier this month. The meeting was to discuss and review the capabilities of binder jet 3D additive metal printing. “We have been strong advocates in support of binder jet 3D additive metal printing for quite some time and it was great to have one someone from their organization tour our facility to get a better understanding of our capabilities and what 3DX has to offer,” states Mr. Janssen. “We have manufactured various parts and tooling for Boeing over the past years and this meeting was a step towards developing a relationship with additive manufacturing. There will be continued dialogue between the parties on increasing potential opportunities as we move forward.”

The company is expecting to have its filings current in the near term.

3DX encourages investors to visit our social media feeds at 3DX TWITTER and 3DX FACEBOOK to see posts of on-going operations and video clips of some of the exciting projects we are working on. Both social media feeds are available from the company’s official website at http://www.3dxindustries.com

About the Company: 3DX Industries, Inc. is focused on the additive metal manufacturing segment within the manufacturing industry. 3DX has the capability of manufacturing a wide variety of products using its 3D metal printing system, 3D composite printing as well as more traditional methods of precision manufacturing. 3DX offers additive and traditional manufacturing services as well as product design, engineering and assembly services to its customers.

About Binder Jet
Binder Jetting is a powder bed process, where a binder is used to selectively ‘print’ the desired part shape by adhesively joining the metal particles. After the jetting process, the green part is sintered in a furnace to burn off the binder and then an infiltrant, typically bronze, is melted and drawn into the part to fill in the remaining spaces within the sintered metal powder skeleton to create a dense component. The resulting parts combine properties from both the metal powder.

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