Launcher has successfully tested a unique 3D printed copper rocket engine.
EOS launched their own manufacturing network this week.
A German company announced a new copper powder that can be more easily 3D printed.
Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
EOS and one of their clients commissioned a study to determine the sustainability of their AM lifecycle
The low cost, low-to-zero carbon titanium material is expected to expand access and innovation in additive manufacturing applications.
HEXR could be the example of how to use 3D print technology for personalized products.
Rocket startup Launcher has acquired a massive custom-designed metal 3D printer from AMCM.
Ford and Audi have the latest implementations of 3D printing in car production.
Top performing additive manufacturing staff are hard to find, and EOS is set to change that.
Additive manufacturing enabled the development of a revolutionary device for cleaning dogs.
Orbex has commissioned what will apparently be the largest industrial 3D printer in Europe.
Leveraging their 3DEXPERIENCE platform, Dassault Systèmes has been developing a set of dedicated applications for Powder Bed additive manufacturing processes, from design to build job preparation and simulation.
A new scholarship program from EOS North America is set to even the playing field for historically underserved students pursuing STEM education.
As the second founder generation, Marie Langer took over as CEO of EOS in October 2019 and is responsible for the strategic direction of EOS and its subsidiaries.
I had a chat with Adrian Maier-Ring, Investment Manager at AM Ventures, to find out more about his company.
Responsible Manufacturing is a term you may not have heard before, but you should be hearing a lot more about it in the future.
EOS announced a new partnership with the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) to increase AM skills.
Glynn Fletcher has been serving as president of EOS North America since March 2015 in addition to being Vice Chairman of EOS Group.
I’m reading a fascinating piece by Additive Manufacturing Consultant Michael Wohlfart discussing the different types of recoaters one might use.
These are troubled times. The 3D printing industry is banding together to stand strong on the right side of history.
I’m reading the lengthy PhD thesis from Ivanna Baturynska, who has extensively investigated the possibility of using advanced AI techniques to optimize 3D print jobs.
A technical notice recently issued by EOS to their clients regarding 3D print metal condensate safety.
A conversation in industrial 3D printing proved revealing as to the place of this advanced manufacturing technology in crisis and beyond.
EOS North America has released its newest industrial 3D printer: the INTEGRA P 450.
EOS and Merck Group’s partnership to develop 3D printed medicinal tablets may actually be a lot more interesting than initially thought.
EOS is going into business with Merck Group to develop a way to 3D print medicine in tablet form, but they will have some challenges.
The difficulty in 3D printing a particular type of industrial part suggests an idea for a type of benchmark object for metal 3D printing.
We had a chat with EOS’ new CEO, Marie Langer in which she described some fundamental changes to the 3D printer manufacturer.
AMFG announced a deal with EOS to integrate the 3D printer manufacturer’s hardware with AMFG’s advanced 3D print production management system.
EOS has developed a new 3D printable material called “Digital Foam”, which is a digital product comprised of software, design, materials and process.
Is 3D printing technology helping us sneak through the 21st century without much notice? Will we be surprised when we suddenly find ourselves in flying cars?
How many secrets are there in metal 3D printing? We’ve found another one that additive manufacturing operations may not have encountered.
EOS has a new CEO. Who is it and what changes might we expect at the leading nylon and metal 3D printing / additive manufacturing company?
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and STEAM (adding in the Arts) education is more important than ever for the next generation — but it isn’t always accessible, or equitable.
EOS’ North America-focused Integra P 400 system continues toward commercialization.
Industrial 3D printing continues to march toward serial production.
Sintavia opened a 55,000-square-foot advanced manufacturing facility, featuring 3D printing.
Daimler announced a fully automated metal 3D printing system, “NextGenAM”, and this points us to a very interesting future.
This week, EOS celebrates its 30th anniversary. EOS North America President Glynn Fletcher offers a look into operations and a look ahead in industry.
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.
We haven’t written much on 3MF for quite some time now, but there is some news: EOS has joined the consortium.
In what could be a very powerful partnership, 3D model analysis firm 3YOURMIND is working with EOS to identify printable parts.
We had the opportunity to tour Precision ADM, a new service specializing in 3D printed metal parts.
EOS is well known as one of the few true industrial 3D printer manufacturers around, and we examined some of their latest upgrades.
Ahead of the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS), the largest manufacturing trade show in North America, some 3D printing companies are already spreading their feathers.
German industrial 3D printer manufacturer EOS announced the opening of a new Texas operation. What does this suggest?
This is the final segment of a two-part series comparing EBM and DMLS 3D printing processes. The first part may be found here.
There is no escaping the fact that industrial 3D printing with metal is an increasing application trend for additive manufacturing technologies.
EOS was on hand at Formnext in Frankfurt, Germany, to emphasize its expertise in industrial 3D printing and its ability to make larger, faster, smaller and higher-quality 3D-printed parts.
Expect some interesting developments in metal 3D printing after EOS has provided some of their technology to Additive Industries.
Industrial 3D printer manufacturer EOS has partnered with GF Machining Solutions, and we think the results could be quite interesting.
EOS manufactures high-end industrial 3D printers, some of which can print in metal. But how do they maintain quality control?
This week’s 3D printing press releases from the majors included a number of new products from 3D Systems. 3D Systems announced new flexible materials for their ProJet 5500X, including black and translucent. 3D Systems announced five new materials for their ProJet 1200 3D printer, targeted at Jewelry, Dental, Engineering and Artistic applications 3D Systems announced… Continue reading 3D Printing Press Release Roundup
There’s a detailed story on Road.cc describing the process of producing a metal dropout bike part using DMLS – Direct Metal Laser Sintering. Producing bike parts is much like any other product; prototypes must be tested and final versions become mass produced. The problem is that producing prototypes has been time consuming and wasteful… Continue reading 3D Printing Titanium Bike Parts
We’ve been advised that Phenix Systems has filed a lawsuit against 3D printer manufacturer EOS. This is more than likely in response to EOS’s filing of a lawsuit against Phenix Systems for alleged patent violation. The new lawsuit from Phenix alleges that EOS has violated United States patent number 6,767,499 (Fast Prototyping Method by… Continue reading The Phenix vs. EOS Patent War Heats Up
3D printer manufacturer EOS has signed an agreement with Cookson Precious Metals to jointly develop a variety of applications related to metal 3D printing. According to the press release, “Under this agreement, both companies will introduce and further develop precious metal-based applications to the jewelry and watch industry”. But what does this mean, exactly?… Continue reading EOS Teams Up For Metal 3D Printing
Oh oh – we’re now seeing major lawsuits flying in the 3D printing industry for perhaps the first time. EOS, the Munich-based manufacturer of laser sintering 3D printing gear, has filed suits against Phenix Systems of France. Apparently this scenario began when Phenix produced their PXL, PXM, PXS and PXS Dental 3D printers, all… Continue reading EOS Files 3D Printing Patent Infringement Lawsuit
Accidents happen and sometimes tragic victims require replacement of critical bone structures. These replacement body parts have been constructed with Titanium for strength and durability. However, 3D printer manufacturer EOS has just developed a new process to produce craniofacial implants using PEEK, a high-temp, biocompatible plastic. The custom laser-sintered implants are desirable because they… Continue reading EOS’s PEEK Craniofacial Implants