Journalists will find press releases here for information on current developments in the field of e-Manufacturing and of EOS. An archive is available for you to search.
EOS North American User Day (NAUD) Highlights Industrial 3D-Printing Success Stories and is Open to All IMTS Attendees
Aerospace industry titans Boeing, GE Aviation, and Honeywell Aerospace are among those documenting the strong case for end-use production with laser sintering, an industrial 3D-printing technology from EOS. By speaking during the North American User Day (NAUD) on September 10, 2014 they, along with other customers and partners, will chronicle their successes applying AM for product manufacturing. The NAUD takes place during the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) starting on Sept. 8, 2014, at McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill.
EOS and plasmo join forces in the field of online process monitoring for Additive Serial Manufacturing
With the Melt Pool Monitoring concept, EOS, the technology and market leader for design-driven solutions in the field of Additive Manufacturing (AM), is developing a high-performance online monitoring solution in cooperation with plasmo Industrietechnik, a global high-tech supplier of automated quality assurance systems. This process monitoring represents decisive added value in terms of risk management and cost reduction for customers.
EOS GmbH marks its 25th anniversary with a move into new Technology and Customer Centre at its headquarter in Krailling
EOS has now moved into its new Technology and Customer Centre in the Krailling Innovation Mile (KIM). This new building represents a further milestone for EOS and is an expression of our company's growth and success story over the last twenty-five years.
EOS of North America offers unified, expanded customer service and application support through integration of ALM and Integra
EOS, the technology and market leader for design-driven industrial 3D printing, announces the integration of Advanced Laser Materials (ALM; Temple, Tex.) and Integra (Round Rock, Tex.)—a strategic development that is already strengthening service and application offerings in response to the continued growth and evolution of their North American customer base.
RAPID.TECH 2014: EOS launches the EOS M 290 metal system to succeed the established EOSINT M 280 system
EOS, the technology and market leader in design-driven, integrated e-manufacturing solutions in the field of Additive Manufacturing (AM), will be exhibiting its products at its stand at this year‘s Rapid.Tech, on 14-15 May in Erfurt. At stand 2-301 in Hall 2, the company will be displaying its brand-new EOS M 290 system, the successor to the established and market-leading EOSINT M 280, designed for the tool-free production of high-quality serial components, spare parts and prototypes. With a build volume of 250 mm x 250 mm x 325 mm, the EOS M 290 permits flexible and economic manufacturing of metal components. The system is available now to purchase.
Spritzguss + Formenbau Bergmann purchases first metal Additive Manufacturing system from EOS. To become EOS service provider
Spritzguss + Formenbau Bergmann has purchased the EOSINT M 280, its first metal additive manufacturing system, from EOS, the technology and market leader for design-driven, integrated e-manufacturing solutions in the field of additive manufacturing (AM). Bergmann designs and produces injection mould tools and produces high-grade, custom plastic components on a large number of injection-moulding systems. The purchase of the EOSINT M 280 represents the addition of an innovative and forward-looking technology to its existing activities. At the same time, Bergmann is to start as a service provider for EOS.
UnternehmerTUM, the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship and EOS GmbH plan to stimulate new business models and innovative start-ups based on the industrial 3D printing technology. It is with this aim in mind that the two centres have founded a 3D Printing Cluster together with EOS. The objective is to create an interdisciplinary network of actors from all over Germany.
EOS, technology and market-leader for design-driven, integrated e-manufacturing solutions in the Additive Manufacturing (AM) sector, has collaborated with Airbus Group Innovations (previously EADS Innovation Works), of Filton, Bristol, to complete an environmental lifecycle comparison of two key production technologies, rapid investment casting and Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS™).
Chicago-based artist and longtime proponent of 3D-printed art and sculpture, Joshua Harker, made his runway debut at the 3D Printshow in London and Paris in 2013. The event heads to New York in mid-February of this year. The all-plastic headgear, which pays homage to traditional ceremonial headdresses of Native American and African tribes. After Harker dedicated over 100 hours of design time, EOS was able to print the entire piece in less than 26 hours.