LATEST EOS NEWS
Today EOS announces its acquisition of Vulcan Labs, advancing further in Texan operations.
The EU is sponsoring an interesting 3D print technology project called “MAESTRO”.
A new industry-facing consortium is focused on a collaborative approach to invent the future of additive manufacturing.
When is the right time to introduce an innovative solution?
Germany-based EOS has just completed an expansion in the North American market, with a $2 million investment into operations in Texas.
For EOS, the focus is on industry as 3D printing moves beyond the niche.
As EOS focuses on market-driven offerings in additive manufacturing, EOS North America President Glynn Fletcher and I turned our conversation toward the company’s growing portfolio.
EOS is helping additive manufacturing move from the ‘wow’ to the ‘now’ with recent updates, Glynn Fletcher, President of EOS North America, tells us.
Authentise mentioned in their recent newsletter a relationship with EOS equipment, suggesting a significant move.
EOS is one of the largest industrial 3D printer manufacturers in the world, and they soon will have another product in their portfolio.
A heat exchanger design has attracted the attention of EOS.
I’m looking at a new release of 3D print management software from EOS, and had a thought about what makes great tools.
MORE ABOUT EOS
EOS provides systems and solutions for Additive Manufacturing / 3D printing of Polymer Series Products, Spare Parts and Prototypes. Without requiring tools, EOS systems make direct use of digital CAD data to produce polymer parts of high quality.
EOS also provides metal additive manufacturing / 3D printers for manufacturing high-quality prototypes and end-use products of metal. EOS offers a comprehensive portfolio of systems, materials, software and services for all process steps of industrial 3D printing.
EOS has an extensive selection of quality-tested materials: EOS metal powder materials for DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering) using Additive Manufacturing / 3D printing.
EOS has a high level of materials expertise and a comprehensive portfolio of sophisticated metals for direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) using Additive Manufacturing / 3D printing. The materials, systems and process parameters are perfectly matched, allowing excellent reproduction of their precisely defined material property profiles. EOS is constantly refining its high-tech materials based on specific customer requirements.
For the production of metal components using DLMS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering), EOS offers a comprehensive selection of metal powders ranging from aluminium, maraging steel and high-grade steel through to titanium as well as nickel and cobalt chrome alloys. This allows highly customized products to be manufactured / 3D printed in exceptional quality.
EOS has a powder handling portfolio that offers a wide range of products to fit all 3D needs. The EOS powder handling portfolio offers a wide range of products for conveying and sieving used metal powder. The products have different degrees of automation, are suited for small or large powder quantities and can be used flexibly and independently of the respective EOS metal 3D system. All products offer consistent conditions with easy sample-taking for quality control purposes. They also minimize the risk of powder contact, thereby ensuring safe operation. The products are designed so that the powder handling is done parallel to parts production thus reducing the time between jobs which in turn increases the overall productivity.
EOS offers software solutions for all process steps in Additive Manufacturing / 3D printing – from the preparation of CAD design data and job preparation to quality control.
EOS is also a consultant to industries through their Additive Minds service. They help industry find and develop 3D printing applications, ramp up additive manufacturing production, certify and scale application and to establish your digital manufacturing facility. EOS provides training through standardized knowledge transfer in a short time period; consulting on specific manufacturing challenges; provide packages to enable industry to start quickly and save time entering Additive Manufacturing / 3D printing production; an Academy to enable engineers with extensive hands-on educational programs; innovation centers that will build an Additive Manufacturing / 3D printing technology hub with the support of EOS know how and expertise; and jointly develop a digital factory to increase production efficiency.