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3DX Industries Completes First Production Run of 3D Metal Printed Components

BELLINGHAM, WA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/20/14 -- 3DX Industries Inc. (OTCQB: DDDX) 3DX Industries Inc., (the "Company" or "3DX") is pleased to announce it has completed its first series of production run components using the M-Flex™ Metal Printing System manufactured by The ExOne Company. The ExOne Company ("ExOne") is a global provider of three-dimensional ("3D") printing machines and printed products to industrial customers. 3DX Industries has now printed numerous 3D Metal components and parts for clients use in the food processing industry, green energy generation sector as well as various other industries.

"Having the ability to generate working prototype parts for our customers within a matter of a few days really shows the power and flexibility of the M-Flex™ metal printing system," comments 3DX President and CEO Roger Janssen. "We have now shown our customers that we can take their computer aided design (CAD) generated files and create working prototypes for their evaluation and testing as well as provide finished parts for their immediate use without the time delays and tooling costs inherent in conventional manufacturing processes. We look forward to continuing our introduction of this exciting technology to our current and future customers" adds Mr. Janssen.

3DX's M-Flex™ metal printing system from ExOne, uses an additive manufacturing process, otherwise known as three-dimensional printing, or 3DP, which materializes an object-or mold for an object-layer by layer out of powdered material, a chemical binder and a digital file(1). The process is also referred to as Binder Jetting Technology. The ability to offer clients the option of manufacturing their products using Binder Jetting Technology provided by the M-Flex™ metal printing system will not only save on production costs but also will save time on the engineering and evaluation aspects relative to new and redesigned product manufacturing. The ability to make immediate changes within a CAD file, and have those changes sent directly to the print floor will change the way companies bring products to market.

Mr. Janssen further comments "We could not be more excited about this technology and the positive impact it will make within the manufacturing industry. The M-Flex™ 3D metal printing system met our expectations and we have received nothing but positive responses on the products we have delivered to date. We are planning to increase our exposure across additional industries over the coming weeks with the intent of identifying other areas where this additive manufacturing process can be applied."

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 the ExOne Company - For more information about the ExOne Company please visit their website at www.exone.com

(1) The ExOne Company - www.exone.com - http://exone.com/en/materialization/what-digital-part-materialization

Safe Harbor 3DX encourages those interested in our Company to rely only on information included in our filings with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission which can be found at www.sec.gov. Statements released by3DX Industries, Inc. that are not purely historical are forward-looking within the meaning of the "Safe Harbor" provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including statements regarding the company's expectations, hopes, intentions, and strategies for the future. Investors are cautioned that forward-looking statements involve risk and uncertainties that may affect the company's business prospects and performance. The company's actual results could differ materially from those in such forward-looking statements. Risk factors include but are not limited to general economic, competitive, governmental, and technological factors as discussed in the company's filings with the SEC on Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K. The company does not undertake any responsibility to update the forward-looking statements contained in this release.

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