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From toys and games through medical, tooling, automotive and aerospace components - the Additive Manufacturing technology from EOS ensures maximum construction freedom. It works around the limitations of conventional production processes and supports design-driven processes. Learn more about us and this fascinating technology!
Here you will find outstanding examples of EOS Additive Manufacturing technology, an industrial 3D printing process, as applied in practice. Learn how customers, clients and partners have benefited from the high-performance EOS e-Manufacturing solutions. Videos:
1) 79 individual, triangular panels joined together by 3,316 hinges – was fabricated as a single, folded piece! Nervous System has unveiled a 4D printed dress designed with Kinematics. Like fabric, the printed garment can go from a compressed object to its intended shape. The entire dress is printed by Additive Manufacturing processes using an EOS System for polymer parts
2) & 3) EOS Additive Manufacturing enables cost-effective production of functional engine parts with complex geometries and defined characteristic. GE shows how additive manufacturing makes the production of the LEAP fuel nozzle possible.
4) EOS Customer, Oxford Performance Materials (OPM), using the EOSINT P 800, is highlighted in a video from “The New Economy” and highlights industrial 3D printing of implants and aerospace components.
5) EOS customer 3D Parts Manufacturing of Indiana and the EOSINT M 280 System are highlighted in this Walmart video. Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) was awarded a Walmart U.S. Manufacturing Innovation Fund from Walmart, the Walmart Foundation and the United States Conference of Mayors (USCM).
Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Germany, EOS is the technology and market leader for design-driven, integrated e-Manufacturing solutions for Additive Manufacturing. Learn more about the latest developments in industrial 3D-printing, about Additive Manufacturing technology including direct metal laser sintering (DMLS™) and plastics laser sintering.
Explore new business areas and develop products in an entirely new way: with e-Manufacturing solutions for Additive Manufacturing from EOS. Our solution enables the fast, flexible and cost-efficient production of metal parts directly from 3D CAD data – a technology that helps you to perform your tasks in an innovative way.
A peek into the EOS portfolio: Examples of the EOS e-Manufacturing technology, an industrial 3D printing process. The EOS Systems enable the construction and manufacture of highly stable lightweight structures that cannot be produced using conventional production processes.
Please activate subtitle to see descriptions in videos. EOS Software tool for quick-screening of CAD-Designs for manufacturability on EOS Polymer Systems. Flexible, cost-efficient and highly productive software including the most important Design Checks (minimum/ maximum wall thickness, holes, detail resolution, build area) Easy and fast application of these Design Checks on your specific CAD-Designs directly highlighting potential problem areas.