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, 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.
3D MicroPrint GmbH: EOS and 3D-Micromac are bringing Micro Laser Sintering technology into a newly-established business enterprise
3D-Micromac AG in Chemnitz, a leading provider of highly efficient laser micromachining systems, and EOS GmbH, a technology and market leader for design-driven, integrated e-Manufacturing solutions in additive manufacturing, are bringing their respective technological know-how in the area Micro Laser Sintering technology (MLS) into a new corporation.
EOS will be presenting current solutions for tool making using injection molding and industrial production at K 2013. Also present on the EOS Stand E23 in Hall 2 will be the Czech company Innomia as well as Pôle Européen Plasturgie (PEP) from France who will be showing its sector specific solutions.
In a first-of-its-kind offering in North America, C&A Tool (Churubusco, IN) and WITHIN (New York City) have launched a patient-specific, metal-implant design and manufacturing program called WITHIN Medical. The service combines free downloadable software developed by WITHIN, and additive manufacturing (AM) technology via Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) from EOS.
Replacement body organs, airplane parts and a music box will be among 600 printed objects on display at a new exhibition in London, called 3D: PRINTING THE FUTURE. EOS contributed to this free exhibitionwhich opens at the Science Museum on 9th October 2013 and will run in the Antenna gallery for nine months.