On this page, you will find press releases about the latest developments at EOS
and industrial 3D printing.
EOS and Linde combined respective expertise to jointly undertake research of gas interaction on aluminium alloy. ADDvance O2 precision provided continuous and exacting analysis of the gas atmosphere for unequivocal results.
The three companies have agreed to collaborate on a Research and Development project to achieve serial additive manufacturing for aircraft interior parts.
Materialise announced their qualification by Airbus to manufacture flight-ready parts using laser sintering technology. The material used in the process, produced by EOS, is a flame-retardant polyamide (PA 2241 FR).
From customized protective gear to high-performance, bespoked athletic footwear, consumer goods manufactures are rushing to fill market demand for tailored products.
EOS customer 1zu1 completes extensive testing of the innovative polymer system, rating it the most reliable manufacturing platform currently available.
EOS aim: contributing to a more sustainable future; company selected to represent the 3D printing industry as part of the 50 Sustainability and Climate leaders initiative; with a technology responsible by design, EOS drives its activities under a holistic sustainability purpose.
Orthopedic company LimaCorporate and the Hospital for Special Surgery are using an EOS 3D printing system to additively manufacture patient specific cutting guides, surgical trials and patient anatomical model for surgeries. The EOS system is installed at the new ProMade PoC Center for Complex Orthopedic Solutions at HSS: a LimaCorporate & HSS Collaboration.
The development partnership between Audi and EOS has reached a new milestone: Audi has moved entirely to additive manufacturing for selected tool segments for hot forming at its Metal 3D Printing Centre – conventional production methods are no longer used in these cases. The premium manufacturer leverages the EOS M 400 system for 3D printing.
Leading technology provider in industrial 3D printing wins innovation competition / Scientific selection process passed
New high temp, crack-free material opens industrial 3D printing options for turbines and other energy industry applications
With the new learning paths, companies get their employees trained to become additive manufacturing (AM) experts in a short period of time. The virtual trainings make AM knowledge available anytime, anywhere.
Dr. Florian Mes will be responsible for Finance, Operations, IT, and Process Management closely cooperating with respective departments at EOS
EOS resources enable students at University of Texas to develop the most ambitious rocket design ever pursued at the collegiate level
The business magazine Capital has selected Marie Langer, shareholder and CEO of EOS, in Germany's 'Young Elite - Top 40 under 40' for 2020.
Production needs to become more digital, decentralized and flexible to adapt to ever changing market requirements and customer needs. Industrial 3D printing is the perfect choice to address this.
Scan-to-Product solution for a flexible and decentralized production of customizable and safety-improved cycling helmets, enabled by 3D printing
New materials with defined performance characteristics for a transparent, standardized production - opening up new application fields
For the third time, leading technology provider and consultant for industrial 3D printing ranks among Germany's best SMB consultants
German Federal Ministry of Education and Research funds POLYLINE with 10.7 Mio. Euro – Kick-off Meeting of the Consortium for the Automation of Additive Manufacturing in the Automotive Industry
3T-am, a leading production additive manufacturing (AM) company, is utilising EOS’ global partner ecosystem to 3D print face shield headbands for frontline health workers in the UK.
Become part of the #3DAgainstCorona movement, join forces with the AM community: EOS launches versatile online platform and LinkedIn group to support the battle against Covid-19 on all levels.
Merck and AMCM announced a cooperation agreement on the 3D printing of tablets. AMCM is a sister company of 3D-printing world-market leader EOS. The cooperation targets GMP-conform tablet formulation development and production for clinical trials in a first step.
By Using a CO laser, polymer-based FDR technology will allow superfine surfaces and extremely delicate components, paving the way for new series production applications.
Etihad Engineering has collaborated with EOS to open the region's first additive manufacturing facility with design and production approval from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
EOS is showcasing EOS Shared Modules as a production-ready solution. Consisting of various hardware and software modules, the solution simplifies and parallelizes the workflow both upstream and downstream of the AM metal build process.
Using highly flexible polymer materials, 3D printing foam allows unprecedented fine-tuning for superior comfort, safety, and performance characteristics. The new EOS program aims to speed development and production such applications.
EOS is restructuring its company management. In doing so, the owner family underscores its long-term commitment, while at the same time laying the foundations to optimally position the company in a highly dynamic and constantly evolving market environment.
Italian company BEAMIT further expands its trust in EOS 3D printing technology and will use its new EOS M 400-4 system for oil and gas applications. The EOS M 400 series is clearly designed for industrial applications, offering a large building volume of 400 x 400 x 400 mm.
The new material offers a great resilience after deformation, very good shock absorption, and very high process stability, at the same time providing a smooth surface of the 3D printed part. As such TPU is particularly suited for applications in footwear, lifestyle and automotive.
With its LaserProFusion technology, EOS will be presenting a revolutionary process for polymer-based additive manufacturing at the fair. The technology is designed to deliver maximum productivity with an emphasis on high-quality.
Four new EOS metal materials open up new application possibilities. Comprehensive data on the material properties provide transparency and standards for production.
Joint project between Premium AEROTEC, EOS and Daimler demonstrates huge potential for the production of replacement parts and series-production components. Cost of manufacturing parts could be reduced by up to 50 percent.
Founded in 1989 by Dr. Hans J. Langer, EOS now shapes the world of manufacturing. Initially used primarily for rapid prototyping, companies worldwide now leverage additive manufacturing increasingly to meet the needs of serial production.
EOS announces its acquisition of Vulcan Labs. The Additive manufacturing talent boost is set to deliver custom solutions, augment R&D and drive commercialization of EOS 3D printing platforms.