3D printing brings economic benefits to the industrial manufacturing chain in two main categories: supply chain and design optimization. 3D printing technology for additive manufacturing exploits potential in areas such as
are the key drivers of cost-efficient production with 3D printing.
Discover how and where you can optimize your production with additive manufacturing, reduce your costs and build a sustainable foundation for the future.
Manufacturing an injection head for the Ariane 6 engine with additive manufacturing: thanks to the EOS M 400-4, an assembly of over 200 individual parts were transformed into a single component.
The Ariane program combines our innovative strength with the expertise of EOS. Together, we are preparing to additively manufacture the injection head for a rocket engine. The results are impressive a significantly reduced production time and a 50 % reduction in costs.
After design simplification, stable grippers were successfully manufactured on a functional plate with FORMIGA P 100 in a small production series.
Ford uses EOS 3D printing to unite the need for security with the desire for customization. Together with the Additive Minds Consulting team, Ford succeeded in creating an innovative application for optimal protection against theft: customized, 3D printed wheel locks. The locks have a special shaft geometry that prevents unauthorized persons from removing the tires and/or rims.