Additive manufacturing with plastic or metal materials has long since outgrown its infancy. In recent years, numerous innovative 3D printing applications have been developed that have changed the production processes of entire industries. More and more companies are turning to this forward-looking technology, and for good reason: industrial 3D printing holds immense potential for supply chains and product development and enables new types of business models. An expanding range of materials and the possibility for larger production volumes open up greater scope for new products. And, of course, the reliable quality of 3D printed parts is even enabling their use in industries such as aerospace, automotive and medical.
Find out which industries prefer the 3D printing technology and what new opportunities are emerging. You may find the perfect solution for your business.
Conflux Technology has patented a highly efficient, compact heat exchanger design that derives its performance from a geometry that can only be made using additive manufacturing (AM).
Tangible success: Build a lightweight grip system with integrated functionality capable of moving the required loads over a minimum of 5 million operating cycles
With 3D printing on additive manufacturing machines Hoet is able to produce eyeglass frames with complex designs and on demand at the same time. This shortens the time-to-market and reduces storage costs.
Innovation for maintenance of high performance industrial gas turbines. Siemens industrial turbomachinery counts on EOS 3D printing technology and customized services.
An innovative, industrial, 3D printed end-of-arm enables Langen Group to lighten the load on their customer’s robotic packaging line.
Drill bit and rotary steerable system (RSS): Complex parts for rotary steerable systems, which actively steer oil and gas wells, are now being produced by APS Technology, Inc. using industrial 3D printing technology from EOS.
Manufacture of a lightweight robotic hand with integrated air channels from polyamide using the EOSINT P 396.
Accelerate production and reduce maintenance: Innomia uses EOS metal 3D printer for optimizing manufacturing process for automotive components.
Develop and build a multi-fuel burner capable of using gaseous and liquid fuels with additive manufacturing on the EOS M 290.
Fast and economic small batch production of complex components using a FORMIGA P 100 supplied by EOS. Production of a bionic gripper that can reliably pick up and safely put down objects gently and flexibly.
Extremely rigid and durable: this compact flow measurement probe was made in one piece using industrial 3D printing.
Whether for individual developers or large established companies, additive manufacturing ensures that custom-made circuit carriers can be used for the prototypes of new electronic devices.
Individual special gripper from PA 2200 leads to reduction of set-up time and increase of production time while achieving a wheight reduction by more than 70 %
Design time reduced from over 8 hours to just 10 minutes: trinckle and Kuhn-Stoff partnered together to solve the problem of automating efficient development and design processes.
Thanks to EOS technology, Ottobock can now offer its customers functional, comfortable and standardised orthoses that can be reproduced quickly and easily.
Additively manufactured medical nasal swabs for COVID-19 test kits with EOS 2200 Polyamide 12 polymer material on an EOS P 396 system
The University of Michigan uses a FORMIGA P 100 to produce individualized and lifesaving implants for children. Together with EOS they develop new biocompatibe materials.
Development and manufacture of a precision-fit implant for the cranial area with particular permeability for liquids and heat dissipation.
Small-batch production of precision surgical components using a FORMIGA P 100.
Speedy and flexible manufacturing of complex surgical tool prototypes using an EOSINT M 270.
Cost-effective and reliable nasal swabs for PCR test kits. Aenium and Burloak developed a model for producing up to 40 000 swabs per day on multiple EOS additive manufacturing systems.
As demand for patient-specific solutions in spinal fusion surgery grows, the need for a robust, highly accurate and scalable 3D printing technology for manufacturing biocompatible devices is also growing.
Custom medical implants that are both efficient and cost-effective for the patient. Additively manufactured bespoke OsseoFrame are an accurate solution for dental prosthetic rehabilitation.
Using additive manufacturing Canto produces a robust dive light with functional integration. A particularly stable and at the same time lighter weight dive light was the result.
Rapid and cost-efficient production of a series production-ready, drinking water-approved shower head for dogs, made from just a few components, offering quality, design, and convenience functions that will impress dogs and their owners alike.
The Chinese company Nanjing BRAGi Optical Technology Co, Ltd. offers customized eyewear throughout Asia.
In the construction the student engineers employed for the first time an additive manufacturing (AM) process and the car went on to win the title.
Additive manufacturing systems EOS P 396 produces race car component with 3D printing technology and lightweight fine polyamide PA 2200.
Additive manufacturing gave complete creative freedom to the DS design team, as well as very fast and easy implementation and production.
Design of a flow optimized, oil resistant and flameproof distribution unit for the cooling system of an electric racing car.
Small-series production with 3D printing: Additive manufacturing of thin-walled fluorescent tube fixtures for the onboard information displays of ICE trains with EOS Systems
Comprehensive consulting to help efficiently enter the world of additive manufacturing and establish a sustainable spare parts management system
Thanks to EOS technology, ArianeGroup has succeeded in taking this to a whole new level: Instead of 248 elements, the injector head of a rocket engine of a future upper stage propulsion module now counts just one component.
First metal 3D printed primary flight control hydraulic component flies on an Airbus A380. World premiere in civil aviation with EOS technology.
Experts from Sogeti High Tech succeeded in developing a cable mount on the front spar of the vertical stabilizer for the passenger aircraft in record time with EOS technology and expertise.
Antenna bracket for RUAG's Sentinel satellite - certified for deployment in outer space.
EOS Technology enables the cost-effective manufacture of engine components for the Airbus A320neo.
Cost-effective production of retaining brackets for the connection of components in telecommunication satellites thanks to additive manufacturing.
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