In 2017, EOS expanded its production capacity with a new production site in Maisach (Bavaria). It’s the only way to meet the increasing global demand for industrial 3D printing systems.
All teams work hand in hand, united under one roof to make customer projects happen on time: quality assurance, laboratory, workshop, warehouse, production and technical training. Our digital manufacturing team is also working on automating the processes involved in industrial 3D printing even further.
“Even though I’ve been with the company for more than 20 years, I’m still enthusiastic about technology, the pioneering spirit and sticking together. As an employer, EOS makes sure to provide favorable framework conditions – from a beautiful working environment to good price-performance ratio in the canteen. In my team, I find it important for us to work together positively in a manner that allows everyone to contribute their knowledge and insight. That’s the only way to achieve something special together and take advantage of new and undiscovered potential. Our mechatronics engineers perform interdisciplinary work, ranging from electronics to pneumatics to mechatronics.”
Oskar | Group Manager Assembly M
“Before joining EOS, I worked at a large corporation and wanted to study. I applied here because industrial 3D printing is an extremely exciting technology of the future. During my interview, they already dedicated lots of time to showing me around the entire production facilities. That’s something you’ll only see in a family business. Performance is valued, people are treated fairly, and your colleagues are just as approachable as your managers. I feel at home with EOS.”
Dani | Commissioning Technician
“Getting to see what you’re working toward is not necessarily a given in my job. I’m much more involved in the technology here than I typically would be elsewhere. We’re part of the development of new products from the very beginning and can contribute our own insight. This allows us to work much more efficiently when preparing for production and eliminate many potential sources of error at an early stage. This approach is typical for EOS. You get involved together and look for the best solution – no matter which department you come from.”
Carsten | Order Planning Specialist