• Customer and Innovation Center of EOS at Krailling near Munich, Germany | © EOS

    About EOS
    Who We Are and
    What Makes Us Special

What Makes Our Company Stand Out?

EOS is the leading technology provider worldwide for industrial 3D printing of metals and plastics. Founded as an independent company in 1989, we are pioneers and innovators for integrated solutions in additive manufacturing.
 

Corporate responsibility and sustainability are the guiding principles of everything we do at EOS, both internally and externally. Our customers and their requirements stand at the heart of everything.   



More than any other company, EOS has mastered the interactions between lasers and powder materials. We offer everything you could need from a single source: systems, materials and process parameters. Everything is intelligently coordinated to enable reliable high part quality and a decisive competitive edge for our customers. Our portfolio also includes worldwide service and comprehensive consulting.

World map from powder | © EOS

Our Locations
There for You Worldwide

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Product Development and Manufacturing of the Future

Our technology holds the potential to radically transform the entire industrial value chain and shape the future world of manufacturing. Design freedom and customization, sustainability, rapid product development, and their cost advantages are setting the pace for flexible production, today and tomorrow.

Component adaptations can already be easily implemented digitally and physically during the product development phase – by merely adapting the 3D data. This also minimizes the number of development cycles and allows sustainable product innovations to be implemented quickly and at a lower cost. Extensive functional integration, such as involving springs or hinge joints, can be built directly into parts. Complicated structures can be created without any tool while reducing sub-components to a minimum.

Our industrial 3D printing systems make it possible to respond quickly to the demands of volatile markets and address trends like the increasing customization of end products. 

Why Choose EOS for Additive Manufacturing? Sustainability for People and for the Environment

We stand for sustainability and so does our technology, that’s why we consider creating benefits for society our corporate mission.

Reducing Our Footprint

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Conserving Resources and Manufacturing Cost-Efficiently

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Creating Innovations for a Better Life

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As a company, we want to make a positive contribution to preserving our environment:
• We offer recycling & processing of any leftover powder materials to reduce waste
• Our systems enable lightweight designs to reduce fuel consumption
• Additive manufacturing by EOS enables local production on demand, which means lower CO2 emissions
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EOS metal powder for 3D printing, DMLS, Tungsten | © EOS
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EOS technology for more efficient manufacturing:
•Lower resource usage
•Fewer sub-components
•Reduced assembly costs
•Less transport and warehousing
•Shorter development times
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Formula 1 brake pedal built in EOS Titanium Ti64, 3D printing, DMLS
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Our technology enables medical progress and more:
•Customized, perfectly fitting prostheses and implants to improve the healing process
•Reduced waiting periods for the delivery of medical aids
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Denise Schindler and Dr. Franziska Fuchs with Mecuris Prostesis | © EOS

New Opportunities
for the Professional World of Tomorrow

3D printing is a crucial element of industry 4.0, a term that describes technology and production in the age of the digital revolution.

Like any industrial revolution, this fourth phase brings along changing job profiles. With the convergence of 3D printing, robotics and artificial intelligence, our increasingly networked digital world is opening up new opportunities, transforming existing possibilities, and creating new things.

Eliminating various intermediate steps and transitioning from physical labor to digital processes will have a lasting impact on the structures and working conditions of the future.