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    Applications and Practical Examples

    3D Printing in Mobility & Logistics

    Innovations for Spare Parts, Engine Parts and Interiors

Industrial 3D printing provides solutions to many challenges that would not be possible by conventional manufacturing alone. Additive manufacturing is more than just rapid prototyping: from spare parts production on demand to series customization and automated 3D production cells for industrial manufacturing, anything is possible. This can be seen in the collaboration between EOS, manufacturers and companies in the mobility, logistics, and automotive sectors.

How can the design of serially manufactured parts be customized? What opportunities does industrial 3D printing offer in terms of sustainability? What potential does 3D printing on demand hold for spare parts logistics?

We support our customers in achieving ambitious production goals as they optimize their spare parts management and develop innovative vehicle designs. Throughout many projects, EOS solutions have provided benefits that could not have been achieved with conventional methods. Examples range from customized interiors to on-demand spare parts supply chains and engine components.

Applications and Customer Success Stories 3D Printing for the Automotive Industry

Discover how our customers from the automotive industry have successfully broken new ground with EOS solutions. Where classical technologies reach their limits,
our solution chains for industrial 3D printing enable potential to be leveraged and products to be reimagined. Together with well-known companies from the vehicle manufacturing and motor sports sectors, we tackle a wide range of challenges with great success for our customers.

Sportscar Back | © Photo by MOTIVID .ORG on Unsplash
Applications and Practical Examples

EOS 3D Printing
for the Automotive Industry

Serially Produced Vehicles & Motor Sports

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Applications and Customer Success Stories Spare Parts Logistics of the Future

Currently, spare parts are manufactured, stored, and delivered at some point during the warranty period or eventually scrapped. With additive manufacturing, spare parts can be created on demand and in some cases locally – without tools and in the exact quantity required, without a minimum purchase volume. This avoids unnecessary overproduction and guarantees maximum customer satisfaction. Instead of resource-intensive warehouse logistics, the CAD data of the spare parts are saved and only sent off when necessary, a decentralized and highly efficient process.

Complex, crash-loaded front structure of a VW CADDY realized by 3i-PRINT | © EOS

Optimized Spare Parts Management

Revolutionize the Supply Chain
With EOS 3D Printing

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